*In this section I will list, with some annotation, other sources for information on Projective Geometry.*

*Books that I do not have in my personal library are marked with an asterisk (*).*

**A.A. Albert and R. Sandler**,*An Introduction to Finite Projective Planes*. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York, 1968.*This marvelous little book is a great introduction to coordinatization, planar ternary rings and collineation groups.***E. Artin**,*Geometric Algebra*. Wiley and Sons, New York. 1957.*One of the original sources for the theory of coordinatization.***F. Ayers**,*Theory and Problems of Projective Geometry*. Schaum's Outline Series, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1967.*No classical subject can exist without a Schaum's Outline.*- *
**R. Baer**,*Linear Algebra and Projective Geometry*. Academic Press, New York, 1952. *One of the original sources for the theory of Automorphism Groups.***L.M. Blumenthal**,*A Modern View of Geometry*. Dover, New York, 1980.*Starts with a clear exposition of logic, axiomatics, consistency and independence with examples from geometry. Ternary rings and the basic postulational systems in Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometry.*-
**R.J. Bumcrot**,*Modern Projective Geometry*. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York, 1969. **H.M.S. Coxeter**,*Projective Geometry*. Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 1987.*Synthetic projective geometry, with several chapters on polarity and conics.***H.M.S. Coxeter**,*The Real Projective Plane*, ( With an Appendix for Mathematica by George Beck). Springer-Verlag,Heidelberg, 1993.*Characterizes the real projective plane with a complete set of axioms.***P. Dembowski**,*Finite Geometries*. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1968.*The single most important reference in the area of finite geometries. However, this is not a text, rather a compilation of research results with most of the proofs only sketched, but lots of references.***T.E. Faulkner**,*Projective Geometry*. Interscience, New York, 1949.**L.E. Garner**,*An Outline of Projective Geometry*. North-Holland, New York, 1981.*A very nicely written book at the senior/graduate level.*-
**K.W. Gruenberg and A.J. Weir**,*Linear Geometry*. GTM, Springer-Verlag, New York, 1977. -
*The vector space approach to projective geometry.* **M. Hall Jr.**,*The Theory of Groups*. Chelsea, New York, 1972.*The last chapter of this book is entirely devoted to the subject of general projective planes and how they relate to groups and several classes of ring-like structures.***R. Hartshorne**,*Foundations of Projective Geometry*. Benjamin Press, 1967.*Book on which our text is based.***D. Hilbert**,*Foundations of Geometry*. Open Court, La Salle, 1971.*The original monograph on the role of Desargues' theorem and Pappus' theorem (or Pascal's theorem as Hilbert would have it) in coordinatizing affine space.*-
**J.W.P. Hirschfeld**,*Projective Geometries over Finite Fields*. Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1979. *Excellent monograph, but the notation is hard to take.*-
**J.W.P. Hirschfeld**,*Finite Projective Spaces of Three Dimensions*. Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1985. *Continuation of the above text, with emphasis on dimension 3 material.***D. Hughes and F. Piper**,*Projective Planes*. Springer-Verlag, New York, 1973.*Now a classic in the area. Easy to read and very complete.***F. Kárteszi**,*Introduction to Finite Geometries*. North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1976.*An interesting book, lots of unusual material, very idyosyncratic*.-
**B.E. Meserve**,*Fundamental Concepts of Geometry*. Dover, New York, 1983. -
**H. Pickert**,*Projektive Ebenen*. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 1975. *If you read German this is a classic.***E.G. Rees**,*Notes on Geometry*. Universitext, Springer-Verlag,Heidelberg, 1983.*Treats Euclidean, projective and hyperbolic geometry at a high level using linear algebra, group theory, metric spaces and complex analysis.***T.G. Room and P.B. Kirkpatrick**,*Miniquaternion Geometry*. Cambridge Univ. Press, 1971.*Deals with the four projective planes of order 9. A great introduction to nondesarguesian planes. Notation is terrible.***P. Samuel**,*Projective Geometry*. UTM, Springer-Verlag,Heidelberg, 1988.*A general n-dimensional treatment of projective geometry including conics, quadrics, polarities and their classification.***H. Schwerdtfeger**,*Geometry of Complex Numbers*. Dover, New York, 1979.*The geometry of conics and cross ratios over the complex numbers.*- *
**A. Seidenberg**,*Lectures in Projective Geometry*. van Nostrand, Princeton, 1962. *Well-written book with chapters on conics, axioms for n-space, as well as projective geometry as an extension of a basic course in Euclidean geometry.***F. Stevenson**,*Projective Planes*. Freeman, San Francisco, 1972.*Mainly interested in nondesarguesian planes. Thorough treatment.***T. Tsuzuku**,*Finite Groups and Finite Geometries*. Cambridge Univ. Press, 1982.*Mostly groups but with some solid work about how groups and finite geometries are related.***C.R. Wylie, Jr.**,*Introduction to Projective Geometry*. McGraw-Hill, New York, 1970.*Chapters on involutory hexads, the Cayley-Laguerre metrics and subgeometries of the real projective plane. Incidence table for a finite nondesarguesian geometry.***P. Yale**,*Geometry and Symmetry*. Dover, New York, 1988.*The similarities of n-dimensional projective geometry and the planar case is clearly seen in this book. Geometry from the transformation group viewpoint.***J.W. Young**,*Projective Geometry*. MAA Carus Monograph, Open Court, La Salle, 1930.*A pleasant read, but a little dated.*- *
**O. Veblen and J.W. Young**,*Projective Geometry*. Vol I, Ginn, Boston, 1938; Vol II, Blaisdell, New York, 1946. *These books are considered the start of modern projective geometry.*