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Book reviw Assay "Man's Search for Meaning by Victor Frankl"
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Student Name Instructor name Course Date Book Review: Viktor E. Frankl’s “Man’s Search for Meaning” Some literary works take you to another world or in another realm that you may never knew existed, and some authors contemplate astonishing facts and concepts that introduce you to your own true psyche and compels you to disregard the self-assumed mental inhibitions.
Frankl, being a psychologist and therapist of Austrian origin, tried to nurture positive psychological stances through presenting the gruesome account of his life as a prisoner and then narrating the philosophy that helped him in his survival plan. Frankl (1905-1997) was a famed neurologist and was well-known for introducing the theory of logotherapy. The contributions he made in existentialism-analysis made him a modern era legend, and his theories are termed as third Viennese School of Psychotherapy. However, a significant aspect of his persona was that he was a Holocaust survivor, and the experience greatly influenced his mental inhibitions and perceptions on life. This paper is a review of this path-breaking bestseller novel from Viktor Frankl. In the novel Man’s search for meaning Frankl presents an account of the painful and traumatic experiences he endured while being imprisoned at the Nazis Auschwitz extermination camp during World War II. The book not only informs the reader about salient disturbing realities hidden behind the four walls of that place, but also puts forth a reliable and easy strategy to deal with difficult situations and predicaments. ...
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