2004;
600 pp;
Hardcover

MSC: Primary 14;
Secondary 01

**Print ISBN: 978-0-8218-3424-4
Product Code: CGS**

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# Grothendieck-Serre Correspondence: Bilingual Edition

Share this page *Edited by *
*Pierre Colmez; Jean-Pierre Serre*

A co-publication of the AMS and Société Mathématique de France

This extraordinary volume contains a large part of the mathematical
correspondence between A. Grothendieck and J-P. Serre. It forms a vivid
introduction to the development of algebraic geometry during the years
1955–1965. During this period, algebraic geometry went through a
remarkable transformation, and Grothendieck and Serre were among central
figures in this process.

In the book, the reader can follow the creation of some of the most
important notions of modern mathematics. The letters also reflect the
mathematical and political atmosphere of this period. They are
supplemented by J-P. Serre's notes, which give explanations,
corrections, and references to further results.

The book is a unique bilingual (French and English) volume. The original
French text is supplemented here by the English translation, with French
text printed on the left-hand pages and the corresponding English text
printed on the right. The book also includes several facsimiles of
original letters. The original French volume was edited by Pierre Colmez
and J-P. Serre. The English translation for this volume was prepared by
Catriona Maclean with the assistance of Leila Schneps and J-P. Serre.

The book should be useful to specialists in algebraic geometry,
mathematical historians, and to all mathematicians who want to
experience the unfolding of great mathematics.

This book is jointly published by the AMS and the Société Mathématique de France. SMF members are entitled to AMS member discounts.

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## Grothendieck-Serre Correspondence: Bilingual Edition

#### Readership

Specialists in algebraic geometry, mathematical historians, and general mathematical audience.