While trying to read the book "Three-Dimensional Geometry and Topology" by William P. Thurston and Silvio Levy I just realized that my knowledge of Topology is still very scarce...Is there any other book (or reference) that studies the geometry in two and three dimensions but that is a little easier to read...Or perhaps an introdutory reference to study before attempting to read this book?
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