By Robin Hartshorne
From the preface:
"This publication offers an advent to summary algebraic geometry utilizing the equipment of schemes and cohomology. the most gadgets of research are algebraic forms in an affine or projective area over an algebraically closed box; those are brought in bankruptcy I, to set up a few simple options and examples. Then the equipment of schemes and cohomology are built in Chapters II and III, with emphasis on functions instead of over the top generality. The final chapters of the booklet (IV and V) use those the right way to examine subject matters within the classical thought of algebraic curves and surfaces."
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