Are there any good books providing an introduction to the HardyLittlewood method that do not require much of a background in complex analysis?
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The book I would recommend is Vaughan's The HardyLittlewood Method (Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics). I don't remember it (or the subject in general) using much complex analysis  only the properties of the function $e^{ix}$, really.... 

