Classical Algebraic Geometry: A Modern View
by Igor V. Dolgachev
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 2012
Number of pages: 716
The main purpose of the present treatise is to give an account of some of the topics in algebraic geometry which while having occupied the minds of many mathematicians in previous generations have fallen out of fashion in modern times.
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