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Does anyone know where I can find a copy of the English translation of the book Homotopic Topology by the authors mentioned in the title? A professor has recommended this book with a lot of enthusiasm, but Amazon does not have any copies. Also, and this came as a surprise to me, my department library also does not have a copy of this apparent gem.

It seems this book is out of print, or at least the English translation is, and I will be much obliged if someone who has an online copy, or knows where I can find one, can contact me at (my MSE username without capitalization)@gmail.com

Thanks.

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As with Berkeley, one may assume that Columbia had problems with book theft prior to the introduction of those little inserts in the book spines. Note that the Berkeley copy is a photocopy, bound in 2009. Your best bet is likely interlibrary loan, which may require a faculty member asking for you. – Will Jagy Oct 24 '12 at 19:37

For the benefit of everybody, Prof. Mikhail Khovanov has photocopied the entire book, which is now available on his website http://www.math.columbia.edu/~khovanov/algtop2013/.

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Thanks, it is a very nice book ! – Raymond Manzoni Jan 26 '13 at 8:22

See the book in pdf files on this site

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I think it is the version which is on Prof. Khovanov's website. – Rankeya Aug 5 '13 at 16:40

new Springer edition to be published in 2016: http://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319234878

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This should be posted as a comment and not as an answer. – Shailesh Feb 22 at 2:23

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