Have you looked in what many refer to as 'Baby Rudin'?
PRINCIPLES OF MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS by Walter Rudin.
I am searching a good book for analysis. It should be written for students of a university which are studying math in the first lectures.
It should be complete. Beginning with set theory, some aspects of topology, complete induction and other proof methods, construct the number ranges, and then analysis up to minimum lebesgue integrals.
A book like sergei langs algebra, but for analysis.
Could you advise me some good books?
Unfortunately I have not the opportunity to visit my university libary at the moment. This is also the reason why I ask here in a forum.
I don't know any anglophone analysis books. I will read recensions on amazon.
Why do people call the book "baby rudin"?
Do you know further books?