San Francisco: Holden-Day, 1965. First printing. Hardcover. 230 pp. This is a review of the principal results and techniques related to Lie groups (as of the time the book was written) intended for advanced graduate students or working mathematicians. Hochschild was a student of Claude Chevalley at Princeton and is best known for his work on on Lie groups, algebraic groups, homological algebra and algebraic number theory. Near Fine / Very Good. Item #00007902
A Near Fine book with a tiny sticker ghost and a few wrinkles to the corner of the free front endpaper in a Very Good dust jacket with traces of edge wear and a small tear in the middle of the spine panel.