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The Jewish-American literature speaks of the dreams and aspirations of the immigrant Jewish people, passionately seeking a homeland of their own. It draws heavily from the immigrant experience and memories. It gives an account of the struggle between fathers and sons and their ideologies due to the modern revolution and describes the lives of the people caught up between past and present, religion and freedom, and about seeking transcendence through humanism and not by God.  the present paper tries to analyse the multiculturalism in Philip Roth’s fictions.

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