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Book Title: Galois Theory: Lectures Delivered at the University of Notre Dame by Emil Artin (Notre Dame Mathematical Lectures, Number 2)The author of the book: Emil ArtinEdition: Dover PublicationsDate of issue: July 10th 1997ISBN: 0486623424ISBN 13: 9780486623429Language: EnglishFormat files: PDFThe size of the: 877 KBCity - Country: No dataLoaded: 2471 timesReader ratings: 6.3 |

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This is a rather old introductory text on the fundamentals of Galois theory, the theory of field extensions and solvability of polynomial equations. Nowadays, the first twenty pages can easily be skipped, as they contain a review of linear algebra that any student wishing to read this book will already have encountered in the first semester.

The main benefit of this text is that it presents the most essential results in Galois theory in very easily accessible form, with easy to follow proofs and without distractions. On the downside, a lot of relevant material is left out and will have to be found elsewhere. A unique failure of Artin's original text was the complete omission of the application of Galois theory to the solution of polynomial equations, but an appendix written by Milgram seeks to remedy this. The typesetting is abysmal, and it would be nice if the publisher could at some point find someone reset the text in a descent font.

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