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Any book on abstract algebra will cover those. Dummit and Foote have a highly-regarded one, and one very, very smart friend of mine swears it's the only way to do algebra. I used Fraleigh and it was horrible, so don't use that one. My professor liked Ardin's book, though I wasn't thrilled about it, and Serge Lang's is very intense, but if you like a small, dense collection of proofs then that's the way to go. It's probably a good idea to use a variety of them.

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