**Galois Groups and Fundamental Groups**

by Leila Schneps

**Publisher**: Cambridge University Press 2003**ISBN/ASIN**: 0521808316**ISBN-13**: 9780521808316**Number of pages**: 467

**Description**:

This book contains eight articles which focus on presenting recently developed new aspects of the theory of Galois groups and fundamental groups, avoiding classical aspects which have already been developed at length in the standard literature. Each article strives to be introductory, while containing original results.

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