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X→1 1 − |z| lim Take z n = xn real, xn → 1. 1) 1 − xn 1 + xn and f (xn ) → 1. Moreover, the inequalities 1 − | f (xn )| 1 + xn |1 − f (xn )| 1 − | f (xn )| 1 − xn2 ≤ 1 − xn 1 + | f (xn )| 1 + | f (xn )| 1 − | f (xn )| (1 − xn )2 |1 − f (xn )|2 1 − xn2 ≤ 1 − | f (xn )|2 (1 − xn )2 show that lim 1 − | f (xn )| ≤ B. 1 − xn So when z n = xn , the hypotheses of Julia’s lemma hold with A = B. 1), so that |1 − f (xn )| → 1. 1 − | f (xn )| 1 − f (xn ) → B, 1 − xn It follows that arg(1 − f (x)) → 0 as x → 1 and consequently that lim x↑1 1 − | f (x)| |1 − f (x)| 1 − f (x) = lim = lim = B.

The limit coincides with f (t) almost everywhere because u(x, y) converges in L p norm to f (x). That proves the theorem in the case 1 < p < ∞ and, provided that u(z) is the Poisson integral of an L 1 function, in the case p = 1. Let p = ∞, and let u(z) = (Py ∗ f )(x), with f (t) ∈ L ∞ . Let A > 0 and write f (t) = f 1 (t) + f 2 (t) where f 2 = 0 on (−A, A) and f 1 ∈ L 1 . Then u(z) = u 1 (z) + u 2 (z), where u j (z) = (Py ∗ f j )(x), j = 1, 2. 3 u z (z) has limit f 2 (t) = 0 everywhere on (−A, A).

Also 1 − | f (z)|2 |1 − f (z)|2 1 − |z|2 = μ({0}) + |1 − z|2 and when z → 1 within an angle B = 1/μ({0}). Since π −π |1 − z|2 dμ0 (θ ), |eiθ − z|2 , the integral has limit 0. Consequently 1 + f (z) 1+z = μ({0}) + 1 − f (z) 1−z π −π eiθ + z dμ0 (θ ) + ic, eiθ − z similar reasoning shows that 1−z = z→1 1 − f (z) lim 1 2 (1 − z)(1 + f (z)) = μ({0}). z→1 1 − f (z) lim 44 Chap. I preliminaries 8. Suppose f (z) is a function from D to D such that whenever z 1 , z 2 , z 3 are distinct points of D there exists g ∈ B (depending on z 1 , z 2 , z 3 ) such that g(z j ) = f (z j ), j = 1, 2, 3.

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