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Bryce DeWitt's Lectures on Gravitation (Lecture Notes in Physics)

The Orbit Method in Geometry and Physics: In Honor of A.A. Kirillov (Progress in Mathematics)

Functions of a complex variable,: With applications (University mathematical texts)

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Differential Geometric Structures (Dover Books on Mathematics)

Differential Geometry and Analysis on CR Manifolds (Progress in Mathematics)

**A Singularly Unfeminine Profession: One Woman's Journey in Physics**

*Cartan Geometries and their Symmetries: A Lie Algebroid Approach (Atlantis Studies in Variational Geometry)*

Clifford Algebras and their Applications in Mathematical Physics: Volume 2: Clifford Analysis (Progress in Mathematical Physics)

Modern Differential Geometry for Physicists (World Scientific Lecture Notes in Physics)

**General Relativity: With Applications to Astrophysics (Theoretical and Mathematical Physics)**

**An Introduction to Differential Geometry (Dover Books on Mathematics)**

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__Lectures on Classical Differental Geometry__

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