I have just finished the book "C Adams & R Franzosa - Introduction to Topology. Pure and Applied". My aim is to reach to the level of the book "G E Bredon - Topology and Geometry". Bredon's book is not only too advanced to study after Adams', but also I don't think that it is a readable book at all for a self-learner like me. Please someone tell me a book for general topology more advanced than Adams' book but readable esp. for self-learning .
Thanks a lot.
1- If you've not see Adams' topology, it is similar to "J Munkres - Topology - 2ndEd" in level and content but more readable for self-learning.
2- If more advanced than Munkres' topology is not 'general' topology anymore, i.e. it becomes many branches in topology afterwards, I would like to take that more advanced branch(s) of topology which is/are 'near' to the field of real analysis.