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am 16. Mai 2000
I know that some people don't like Dover, but I think Dover is great, and Mendelson's Introduction of Topology is an example of why.
Although the book is very short (around 150 pages), it covers the basics of topology very thoroughly and should prepare the reader for the considerably more abstruse Spanier's Algebraic Topology or other texts of such ilk.
If you are a recreational topologist, or are simply tryinging to figure out which way is up in your first topology course, this is for you.