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Reference for automorphic forms

Does anyone know of any good survey articles that deal with the theory of autmorphic forms? I have read the chapter on modular forms in Serre's book. As for my background knowledge, I'm fine with anything undergraduate/beginning graduate level.

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marked as duplicate by Qiaochu Yuan Sep 21 '11 at 16:33

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An excellent book at that level is "The 1-2-3 of Modular Forms" by Bruinier, van der Geer, Harder, and Zagier. The title is a little cheesy, but it refers to the fact that the book contains three long surveys : one on classical modular forms, one on Hilbert modular forms, and one on Siegel modular forms.

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Adding link to the recommended book on the Amazon. – Sasha Sep 21 '11 at 15:36

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