Mathematical AnalysisIt provides a transition from elementary calculus to advanced courses in real and complex function theory and introduces the reader to some of the abstract thinking that pervades modern analysis. 
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A classic introduction that is just that.
Review: Mathematical Analysis
User Review  Ross Lund  GoodreadsProbably the only mathematical text I have ever read covertocover. A very good introduction to Analysis as long as you already have some maths background. Naturally as a pure maths text it is very dry, with some positively arid sections, even for one interested in learning the subject. Read full review
Contents
The Real and Complex Number Systems  1 
Some Basic Notions of Set Theory  32 
Elements of Point Set Topology  47 
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