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Man's Search for Meaning

Man's Search for Meaning

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Language English
Binding Paperback
Publisher RHUK
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Man's Search For Meaning is the autobiographical account of Viktor E. Frankl's harrowing experiences in various concentration camps during the Holocaust.Frankl was a Jewish psychiatrist who hailed from Vienna. In 1942, he was sent to a concentration camp for the first time. Between 1942 to 1945, when he was finally freed by the Americans, he spent life at four different concentration camps. During this period, he lost his parents, his pregnant wife, and his brother to the gruesome concentration camps.During his stay at the concentration camps, Frankl observed the behavior of the other inmates. His observations gave him deep insights into human behavior and life. He began to notice that the inmates who helped and provided solace to others managed to endure the trauma and lived to see another day. On the other hand, the inmates who let themselves be physically and mentally overpowered by the traumatizing circumstances did not survive long.He observed that the external influences of the c ... See more
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