Dear Friends,

When we read a book, whether it is a short story, or a fiction or a philosophy, after completing the reading most of the times we will have some reviews on the book. Similarly, is it possible to review a math book? By math book, I mean some classical treatments on particular subjects. For example Walter Rudin's books on analysis, geometric algebra by Emil Artin, commutative algebra by Atiya, What is mathematics by Courant etc. In fact reviewing a math book is more or less doing the exercises given at the end of the chapters/sections. Even then I feel like starting a thread in this line will be a great start for this blog. I know, it is not at all easy to read a math book from front to back and make a review. But we can comment on some the parts of the book. It can be a nice result, beautiful proof, the way of presentation, even about the use of symbols. Before the kick off please post your comments.

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