Algebra

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Springer Science & Business Media, Jan 1, 2002 - Mathematics - 914 pages
17 Reviews

"Lang's Algebra changed the way graduate algebra is taught, retaining classical topics but introducing language and ways of thinking from category theory and homological algebra. It has affected all subsequent graduate-level algebra books."  NOTICES OF THE AMS

"The author has an impressive knack for presenting the important and interesting ideas of algebra in just the right way, and he never gets bogged down in the dry formalism which pervades some parts of algebra." MATHEMATICAL REVIEWS

This book is intended as a basic text for a one-year course in algebra at the graduate level, or as a useful reference for mathematicians and professionals who use higher-level algebra. It successfully addresses the basic concepts of algebra.  For the revised third edition, the author has added exercises and made numerous corrections to the text.

  

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User Review  - sqrt2 - Goodreads

good stuff, i didn't read it like a novel though, i just used as a reference book, i enjoyed it Read full review

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This is the kind of book which people love who already know everything that's in it (and then they pretend this is the way they would have liked to learn it). Lang's "Algebra" is a sterilised ... Read full review

Contents

I
3
II
7
III
13
IV
23
V
25
VI
33
VII
36
VIII
42
LXXXI
465
LXXXII
468
LXXXIII
476
LXXXIV
480
LXXXV
486
LXXXVI
487
LXXXVII
491
LXXXVIII
503

IX
46
X
49
XI
53
XII
66
XIII
83
XIV
92
XV
97
XVI
107
XVII
111
XVIII
117
XIX
122
XX
127
XXI
135
XXII
139
XXIII
142
XXIV
146
XXV
155
XXVI
157
XXVII
159
XXVIII
173
XXIX
180
XXX
183
XXXI
186
XXXII
187
XXXIII
190
XXXIV
194
XXXV
200
XXXVI
205
XXXVII
223
XXXVIII
229
XXXIX
235
XL
239
XLI
244
XLII
247
XLIII
261
XLIV
269
XLV
276
XLVI
282
XLVII
284
XLVIII
288
XLIX
291
L
293
LI
297
LII
302
LIII
304
LIV
308
LV
312
LVI
313
LVII
315
LVIII
333
LIX
340
LX
346
LXI
355
LXII
357
LXIII
360
LXIV
363
LXV
377
LXVI
378
LXVII
381
LXVIII
388
LXIX
402
LXX
406
LXXI
413
LXXII
416
LXXIII
421
LXXIV
424
LXXV
426
LXXVI
431
LXXVII
439
LXXVIII
449
LXXIX
451
LXXX
457
LXXXIX
506
XC
507
XCI
511
XCII
522
XCIII
527
XCIV
531
XCV
536
XCVI
540
XCVII
553
XCVIII
556
XCIX
561
C
571
CI
574
CII
575
CIII
577
CIV
579
CV
581
CVI
584
CVII
586
CVIII
588
CIX
589
CX
594
CXI
601
CXII
607
CXIII
612
CXIV
623
CXV
625
CXVI
629
CXVII
632
CXVIII
635
CXIX
641
CXX
645
CXXI
646
CXXII
651
CXXIII
654
CXXIV
657
CXXV
660
CXXVI
663
CXXVII
664
CXXVIII
667
CXXIX
671
CXXX
673
CXXXI
677
CXXXII
686
CXXXIII
688
CXXXIV
699
CXXXV
702
CXXXVI
704
CXXXVII
710
CXXXVIII
712
CXXXIX
731
CXL
738
CXLI
744
CXLII
747
CXLIII
761
CXLIV
767
CXLV
769
CXLVI
782
CXLVII
787
CXLVIII
790
CXLIX
799
CL
806
CLI
814
CLII
835
CLIII
839
CLIV
846
CLV
850
CLVI
867
CLVII
875
CLVIII
895
CLIX
903
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Lang, Yale University, New Haven, CT.

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