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Seize the Day

Saul Bellow

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Chapter I

Chapter II

Chapter III

Chapter IV

Chapter V

Chapter VI

Chapter VII

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Q. Discuss critically the theme of victimization in 'Seize the Day'.

by touhidsm, April 30, 2014

Ans: Seize the day is a reflection of the times in which it was written. The novel was written in a post-war world. WWII created several factors that serve backdrop to Wilhelm's isolation, frustration and anxiety and that represent the feeling of many during the period. Read the full answer at

http://www.josbd.com/seize_the_day_1.html

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Q. Discuss critically the theme of victimization in 'Seize the Day'.

by touhidsm, April 30, 2014

Ans: Seize the day is a reflection of the times in which it was written. The novel was written in a post-war world. WWII created several factors that serve backdrop to Wilhelm's isolation, frustration and anxiety and that represent the feeling of many during the period. Read the full answer at

http://www.josbd.com/seize_the_day_1.html

Q. Discuss the theme of Alienation in Saul Bellow’s 'Seize the Day'.

by touhidsm, April 30, 2014

Answer: Alienation or sense of separation is one of the dominating themes in Bellow’s novel Seize the Day. Saul Bellow is primarily concerned with the well-worn modern dilemma of the individual: desperately isolated and profoundly alone in a society whose only God is money.. Read the full answer at

http://josbd.com/seize_the_day_2.html

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