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Re: [PrimeNumbers] Some books of number theory

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  • Phil Carmody
    ... http://www.bookfinder.com/ has access to a wider selection of books, but with the drawback that you have to pay for them (which is after all what makes
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      --- Jose_Ram´┐Żn_Brox <ambroxius@...> wrote:

      http://www.bookfinder.com/ has access to a wider selection of books, but
      with the drawback that you have to pay for them (which is after all what
      makes economies work). However, given that it scouts many new and used
      book retailers, you can often find bargains.


      e.g. Hardy and Wright, Intoduction to the Theory of Numbers:

      1 Richard Patrick via Abebooks [United Kingdom]
      Publisher: CLARENDON PRESS 1962 4TH EDIT REPRINT WITH CORRECTIONS H/B; GOOD
      D/W GOOD HARDBACK EXLIB LABEL & STAMPS SOME MARKS TO PAGE EDGES SPINE OF D/W
      FADED BOXJY

      $18.37

      (but note that '62 isn't the latest edition, however, also note that they
      have a gilt 1st edition listed for $120!)

      e.g. Harvey Cohn, Advanced Number Theory

      1 Amazon.com [United States]
      Softcover, ISBN: 048664023X
      Publisher: Dover Publications, Incorporated

      $3.00


      Yes, I admit that some specialist books can sometimes not be cheap, but if
      you're prepared to wait for bargains it's possible to amass quite a corpus
      without actually breaking any copyright laws.


      Phil


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