Series: Bourbaki Algebra

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Algebra I: Chapters 1-3 by N. BourbakiChapters 1-3
Algebre, Chapitre 8: Modules et anneaux semi-simples (Elements de mathematique, Fascicule 23, ASI 1261) by Nicolas BourbakiChapter 8
Algebra: Chapter 10 by N. BourbakiChapter 10

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