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This well-known book is a self-contained treatment of the classical theory of abstract Riemann surfaces. The first five chapters cover the requisite function theory and topology for Riemann surfaces. The second five chapters cover differentials and uniformization. For compact Riemann surfaces, there are clear treatments of divisors, Weierstrass points, the Riemann-Roch theorem and other important topics. Springer's book is an excellent text for an introductory course on Riemann surfaces. It includes exercises after each chapter and is illustrated with a beautiful set of figures.
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Springer Gabler (formerly Gabler Verlag) is a German publishing house in the fields of economy. It was founded in Wiesbaden in 1929 as Betriebswirtschaftlicher Verlag Doktor Theodor Gabler.
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