Recommend book to follow Introduction to Analysis by Rosenlicht

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Recommend book to follow "Introduction to Analysis" by Rosenlicht

I am trying to build a great foundation in analysis before moving into functional analysis, ode and tensor calc( planning on graduate school in computational fluid mechanics ). I love the style of Rosenlichts text. What's the best book to take it to the next level? I seek something very strong in analysis of functions of several real variables and vector analysis.... Any suggestions? Does principles of mathematical analysis by rudin cover multivariate and vector functions?

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I liked "Advanced Calculus of Several Variables" , by C.H Edwards, but I'm doing pure Math. Maybe take a look at it and see if you like it. It has a lot on Differential Forms.
 

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