By David Mumford

Mumford's well-known "Red e-book" supplies an easy, readable account of the elemental items of algebraic geometry, protecting up to attainable their geometric taste and integrating this with the instruments of commutative algebra. it's geared toward graduates or mathematicians in different fields wishing to speedy research aboutalgebraic geometry. This new version comprises an appendix that provides an outline of the speculation of curves, their moduli areas and their Jacobians -- essentially the most interesting fields inside of algebraic geometry.

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