Okay, this should be a quick and easy question for those of you who've studied calculus. I have a list of books that I want to order by topic, the books are as follows:

- Michael Spivak - Calculus
- Michael Spivak -
- Tom Apostol - Calculus, Vol. 1
- Tom Apostol - Calculus, Vol. 2
- Richard Courant Differential and Integral Calculus, Vol. 1
- Richard Courant Differential and Integral Calculus, Vol. 2
- Morris Tenenbaum - Ordinary Differential Equations
- Tom Apostol - Mathematical Analysis
- James R. Munkres - Analysis On Manifolds
- Michael Spivak - Calculus On Manifolds
- Morris Tenenbaum - Ordinary Differential Equations
- Richard Haberman - Applied Partial Differential Equations: With Fourier Series and Boundary Value Problems
- Robert Strichartz - Guide to Distribution Theory and Fourier
- Loomis, Sternberg - Advanced Calculus
- G. H. Hardy - A Course of Pure Mathematics

No I'm not planning on studying all these books, however I do feel it would be nice to have a feel of what's where, and if I do get stuck on one book or the other it would be perhaps be nice to dip into another and see if the exposition is better or see how the expositions differ. At the moment I'm trying to build a mental roadmap of this topic in my head (It's what works for me).

From my very limited knowledge I believe that calculus is ordered and roughly broken up as follows:

- Calculus of one-variable
- Calculus of several-variables
- Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations
- Introductory Analysis? Rigorous Calculus?
- Analysis (However I don't believe very many of the above books are real analysis books)

If this list of topics could be better please amend it.

So what I need help with is classifying these books using those topics and these question:

- Is calculus of several variables the same topic as multivariable calculus and is that the same as vector calculus?
- Is the topic of applied differential equations a sub-topic of Ordinary Differential equations?
- Where do partial differential equations fit within this all? Is it it's own topic?
- What is advanced calculus? Is it introductory analysis or what?
- Are there any other canonical books you feel should be added to this list?
- What should I study after Spivak's Calculus?