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Looking for a neat technical book on mathematics/physics as a gift
A good friend of mine has been very kind to me through university, and he's just come to the very end of his PhD in mathematics. I know his area was analysis, and he did some mathematical physics too. I'm looking to give him a really nice book on one of these topics, mathematical physics would be really cool too. Something along the lines of "Road to Reality" by Penrose, or the Feynman lectures (he already has both of these). Thanks for any advice, I'd really appreciate it.