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I am new to this forum, and am hoping that I might find some assistance from fellow mathematicians.

I have just completed my first year of college, and find myself with an entire summer in front of me, and yet want to continue my learning. This past year, I took Calc III, Probability, and another Statistics course. In the fall I am planning on taking Lin. Alg, a Statistical Inference class, and a Mathematics of Finance class.

I am wondering if there is a list (around 10 or so) of books that you would all recommend to an aspiring mathematician? It can be a mix of history/theory/whatever, I am just wondering if there are certain works that I should make sure to read while I have all of this free time available.

Thank you