In his book "Men of Mathematics", Eric Temple Bell repeatedly makes the point that a student of mathematics must read the classics.
My question is what are some classic books in mathematics ( Dictionary definition : judged over a period of time to be of the highest quality and outstanding of its kind.) that can be used by a high school/undergraduate student to start the study of higher mathematics?
Some subjects I would like reference in particular, otherwise state any book you consider a classic, are:
1) Analysis 2) Abstract algebra 3) Linear Algebra 4) Number theory 5) Combinatorics and Graph theory, etc.