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My reading list with the goal to have books for a more advanced and different point of view on some topics and physics in general (which is maybe also interesting for you):

Mathematical Methods of Classical Mechanics - V. I. Arnold http://www.amazon.com/Mathematical-Classical-Mechanics-Graduate-Mathematics/dp/0387968903

Quantum Mechanics: A Modern Development - Leslie E Ballentine http://www.amazon.com/dp/9810227078/

Representation Theory: A First Course - William Fulton, Joe Harris http://www.amazon.com/Representation-Theory-Graduate-Mathematics-Readings/dp/0387974954/

The Quantum Theory of Fields 3 Volumes - Steven Weinberg http://www.amazon.com/Quantum-Theory-Fields-Paperback-Set/dp/052167056X/