MATH, COMPLEX ANALYSIS
Some other outstanding features: the text is practically a Taschenbuch , but the typography is uncrowded and pleasing. Despite being detailed and meticulous even linguistically — we see "alternative" proofs, not "alternate" proofs the exposition is neither oppressive nor pedantic, in fact almost leisurely.
Many sections receive succinct verbal summaries under the rubic "What's going on? Also, no exercises. He is the author of many books and papers on classical complex analysis.
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The Monodromy theorem. Analytic continuation along a curve of the natural logarithm the imaginary part of the logarithm is shown only. Source: Wikipedia. Lecture Play Lecture I.
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