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I've been learning sheaf cohomology, and was interested in reading Grothendieck's Tohoku paper. However, I don't read French.

I've done a semi-extensive google search, and the majority of links end up linking back to http://golem.ph.utexas.edu/category/2010/09/grothendiecks_tohoku_paper.html, which provides a link to an English translation by Michael Barr. However, the link provided to his translation is broken.

Does anyone have a copy of this translation saved that they might be able to reupload elsewhere or email to me?

Also, I realize this might be a semi-taboo question, given Grothendieck's stated wishes on such matters, but I figured I'd ask anyway.

Thanks.

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Perhaps you could email Michael Barr for a copy.. –  Bonanza Mar 2 '12 at 0:53
    
This is just a personal observation. We used this paper as the text in a course in homological algebra. I read French, quite well. Even at that, I could have used a translator. I gave up and used Cartan and Eilenberg instead. I'd ask around and see if there might be a more accessible (in the sense of available) account of the topics that Grothendieck treated. –  Chris Leary Mar 2 '12 at 2:14

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Here is the current link to Barr's translation (remove "pub" directory from the old rotted link).

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This link no longer works. Furthermore, it seems like few (if any) links on Michael Barr's website works. –  fhyve Feb 4 at 8:11
    
@fhyve It seems that browser ftp access isn't working at the moment, but it still works fine using an FTP program (I just tried). –  Bill Dubuque Feb 4 at 23:16
    
can you download and send it to me ma10d010@smail.iitm.ac.in –  Susobhan Jun 26 at 20:18

I could not get the above link to work, either from a browser or from an ftp client.

This link works, at least as of October 17, 2014: http://www.math.mcgill.ca/barr/papers/gk.pdf

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