Originally published as volume 107 in the series: Progress in Mathematics
Reprint of the 1993 ed., XVI, 302 p.
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"The book is not only a well-written and thorough exposition of....abstract ideas, but it also treats geometric applications throughout... In addition, the book contains a nice exposition of various aspects of Cech, de Rham, and Deligne cohomology and an exposition of Grothendieck's decent theory for sheaves."