Which book is better to take for learning C#?

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Decided to seriously study C#. Can anyone advise a good book that he once used to study...
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Best work with a full introduction to the language and its subtleties, plus the use of written E. Troelsen. In Russian it is "the programming Language C# 2008 and the platform .NET 3.5".
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After studying Troelsen mandatory to read the iconic book of dotnetkicks: Jeffrey Richter, "CLR via C#".
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And then already it is necessary to focus on specific technologies. If you are interested in ASP.NET it Dino Esposito, if WPF Charles Petzold. And so on.
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I liked C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, Joseph Albahari & Ben Albahari
Informative, concise and to the point.
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Jeffrey Richter — CLR via C#. Programming on the Microsoft platform .NET Framework 2.0 in the C#language.
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C# — Karli Watson
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Trey Nash — Accelerated C#
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Can recommend Fowler's, although this is to the direct study of the syntax of the language is not relevant.
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The above examples are enough good serious book for people who are familiar with programming languages. It all depends on your level. If you want to learn from zero, I can recommend the books from the series HeadFirst. They are very well written for beginners.
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G. Shildt traditionally a good book (or rather books, but nevertheless) writes including the#
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