Dear Friends, Could you suggest me some good textbooks in the mathematical physics that I can use for both studying and reference? I am currently reading Landau/Lifshitz' trilogy along with couple other books (Weinberg for gravity, Arnold, etc) in different branches of physics, and I need to review some concepts from time to time. I thought it would be helpful to have a "reference" book in the mathematical physics that I can keep near to me for review. I do not have specific topics of mathematics in mind, but I just want to purchase a mathematical-physics book that contains majority of topics. My mathematical background is the following: Vector Calculus (Courant/Jones, Hubbard/Hubbard, Widder, Loomis/Sternberg) Single-Variable Analysis (Rudin-PMA, Pugh, Hairer/Wanner) Set-Theoretic Topology (Engelking, Kuratowski) Algebra (Pinter, Aluffi) I am currently reading Spivak's first volume in the differential geometry, Lang's Algebra, and I just started to read Macdonald's book in the geometric algebra.