Theoretical Mechanics of Particles and Continua
This two-part text fills what has often been a void in the first-year graduate physics curriculum. Through its examination of particles and continua, it supplies a lucid and self-contained account of classical mechanics — which in turn provides a natural framework for introducing many of the advanced mathematical concepts in physics.
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Best book on the topic. Clear, direct self-contained. Far, far better than Goldstein's Clasical Mechanics.
This is a good book; its easy to follow and lays everything out for you. It's a good follow-up to Marion's Mechanics.
-Written by 'Some Physics Student'