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I am having trouble finding good introductory literature (e.g. a textbook or lecture notes) for the Newman-Penrose formalism of General Relativity.

I am looking for a resource suitable for someone who has read, say, all of Carroll's book and the first part of Wald's book, and who has skimmed a few of the advanced topics in the second half of Wald (e.g. I am familiar with congruences and optical scalars, singularities, causal structure, compactification, and black holes).

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here are some good references for newmann-Penrose formalism:

https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-94-017-1695-6_3

Chapter 8 of this book : https://books.google.com/books/about/Introduction_to_3+1_Numerical_Relativity.html?id=4hDvRvVJeEIC&source=kp_book_description

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