"Functional Analysis" is a comprehensive, 2-volume treatment of a subject lying at the core of modern analysis and mathematical physics. The first volume reviews basic concepts such as the measure, the integral, Banach spaces, bounded operators and generalized functions. Volume II moves on to more advanced topics including unbounded operators, spectral decomposition, expansion in generalized eigenvectors, rigged spaces, and partial differential operators. This text provides students of mathematics and physics with a clear introduction into the above concepts, with the theory well illustrated by a wealth of examples. Researchers will appreciate it as a useful reference manual.