**Lectures on Modular Functions of One Complex Variable**

by H. Maass

**Publisher**: Tata institute of Fundamental Research 1983**ISBN/ASIN**: B0006C27TE**Number of pages**: 242

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The book provides an introduction to the theory of modular functions and modular forms and may be described as elementary, in as much as basic facts from the theory of functions of a complex variable and some properties of the elementary transcendental functions form the only prerequisites.

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