# Can one typeset latex to look like Bourbaki's books?

Can LaTeX produce text as in the Bourbaki books? Specifically, the fonts and math symbols.

Here is a sample (thanks to percusse):

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Could you give us a clue as to what exactly you are having problems reproducing? Taking a quick look, I don't see that the linked book is anything particularly out of the ordinary. –  Joseph Wright Sep 7 '12 at 7:31
I think this is a nice exercise for me. I'd like to take it up and do this. (I have exams in a short while. I'll try this after that...) But, I think asking this as a question is a lot. Perhaps this question breaks into several pieces -- fonts, headers, headings, pagination, environments such as Examples, Remarks, some peculiarities like the Dangerous bends and so on... Per se, this one page is not a representative Sample of Bourbaki's style in my humble opinion. –  kan Sep 7 '12 at 8:26
(I have upvoted the question, yes, I am infected with Bourbakivitis.) –  kan Sep 7 '12 at 8:27