I stumbled across the book when searching for rigorous alternatives to Rudin with some solutions. It’s an “old school” (1965) calculus text but, I think, covers similar material to Rudin in a more chatty way. It also has solutions/hints to selected problems, and fewer than Pugh. (I have a hard time knowing which ones to solve, since there are 80+ per chapter).
Does anyone have thoughts on where this book stands vis-à-vis Rudin, Apostol 1 and 2, Spivak, etc? There wasn’t much information on the Amazon review page