# Red book of varieties and schemes

## [] Remark on a theorem in Mumford's Red Book of Varieties and Schemes

Skip to main content Skip to table of contents. Advertisement Hide. Includes Michigan Lectures on Curves and their Jacobians. Front Matter Pages N2-X. Pages Local Properties of Schemes. Appendix: Curves and Their Jacobians.## 23. Algebraic geometry - A-schemes and many definitions (Patrick Naylor)

## The Red Book of Varieties and Schemes

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I worked in algebraic geometry from to I am linking this web site to my personal scans of my personal reprints of most of these papers for only non-commercial use. All these links are in the pdf file AllAGPapers. The first of the Springer books also contains very useful commentaries by David Gieseker, George Kempf, Herbert Lange and Eckhart Viehweg which I have not scanned nor have I scanned Grothendieck's letters to me which appear in the second volume. I spent some time writing introductory texts for first year graduate students. Each time I lectured, however, I revised my outline and the whole thing was never completed. What was published is the first draft on schemes in general the "Red Book" and the first volume of the full work on classical algebraic geometry.

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Mumford's famous Red Book gives a simple readable account of the basic objects of algebraic geometry, preserving as much as possible their geometric flavor.