
Preface  Preview Material  Table of Contents 
 It really is a gem, both in terms of its table of contents and the level of discussion. The exercises also look very good. Clifford Earle, Cornell University This book has a soul and has passion. William Abikoff, University of Connecticut This classic book gives an excellent presentation of topics usually treated in a complex analysis course, starting with basic notions (rational functions, linear transformations, analytic function), and culminating in the discussion of conformal mappings, including the Riemann mapping theorem and the Picard theorem. The two quotes above confirm that the book can be successfully used as a text for a class or for selfstudy. Request an examination or desk copy. Readership Undergraduate and graduate students interested in complex analysis. Reviews "This is a textbook by one of the masters of Complex Analysis. It is a crisp, direct, and surprisingly modern account of the basic material for a first course in Complex Analysis. ... In summary, the book remains an excellent reference for a first course in Complex Analysis. It contains over 300 exercises."  MAA Reviews 


AMS Home 
Comments: webmaster@ams.org © Copyright 2014, American Mathematical Society Privacy Statement 