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I am here for a simple question for which I have done some search on this site and google. Considering I was successful on my search, there is not a coherent explanation about these. I would like to learn this geometry in a very detailed way. Could I get some advice on this matter?

THanks in advance. Good day...

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It was obvious that I was looking for some advice on any book which is worth looking into. I find your answer quite insulting. – ozumsafa Oct 26 '12 at 10:19

Well there are a lots of books about projective geometry. So it would be interesting to know, what applications you have (if any), and what your background is.

My personal favorite is Richter-Geberts book, since it also includes not so popular perspectives (bracket algebra) and has a very intuitive approach. It's a gem.

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Thank you! I wasn't aware of this book, and it really does look quite interesting. – antirealist Oct 31 '12 at 8:12

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