Here is the full list of best reference books on Category Theory.

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1. “Categories for the Working Mathematician” by S MacLane | |

2. “Arrows, Structures and Functors” by M A Arbib and E G Manes | |

3. “Category Theory” by H Herrlich and G E Strecker | |

4. “Abstract and Concrete Categories” by J Adamek and G E Streeker | |

5. “An Introduction to Category Theory” by Harold Simmons | |

6. “Category Theory in Context (Aurora: Dover Modern Math Originals)” by Emily Riehl | |

7. “An Introduction to the Language of Category Theory (Compact Textbooks in Mathematics)” by Steven Roman | |

8. “Basic Concepts of Enriched Category Theory (London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series)” by Max Kelly | |

9. “Category Theory: Applications to Algebra, Logic and Topology” by A Dold | |

10. “Category Theory: Questions and Answers” by George A Duckett | |

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