Colloquium Publications 1932; 419 pp; softcover Volume: 13 Reprint/Revision History: revised and enlarged 1962; reprinted with corrections 1970; seventh printing 2001 ISBN10: 0821810138 ISBN13: 9780821810132 List Price: US$101 Member Price: US$80.80 Order Code: COLL/13
 Reviews "As it stands, the work as a whole can only be described as monumental. "A whole generation of topologists has matured since this book first appeared ... The book is concerned mainly with three large and closely related sectors of pointset topology:the theory of continuous curves (locally connected, connected spaces), the topology of the plane and 2sphere, and upper semicontinuous collections and decompositions. While the methods are elementary (in the technical sense) and, strictly speaking no knowledge of the literature is required or referred to, certainly some knowledge of general topology will be found helpful."  Mathematical Reviews Table of Contents  Consequences of axioms 0 and 1
 Consequences of axioms 0, 1 and 2
 Consequences of axioms 0, 1, 2, 3 and 5
 Consequences of axioms 0 and 15
 Upper semicontinuous collections
 Consequences of axioms \(0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5_1, 5_2, 6\) and \(7\) Concerning topological equivalence and the introduction of distance
 Appendix
 Bibliography
 Glossary
