Man's Search For Meaning

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Victor Frankl was sent to the Auschwitz concentration camp during World War II and the book details his experiences and observations in that time period. Frankl analyses the affects of a prisoner’s thoughts and hope about his state on the general likelihood of their survival. This book explores his take on the prisoner’s thought process, the meaning of life and the working of a society.

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