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The books on this link are all general introductions to the Python language. Most of these books will contain a few chapters on particular applications such as GUI interfaces or Web programming, but won't go into great detail on any one topic.
The books on this link are all for when you don't want gentle, and want some advance things in Python programming language
If you want to refer to the Python Books page for lists of application-specific books. Experienced programmers who prefer a brief and condensed introduction should look at the list of Reference Books.
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