About the Book: Mans Search for Meaning
In his gripping memoir, Mans Search For Meaning, Viktor E. Frankl speaks about
his transformational experiences and observations from the time he fought to
survive in concentration camps during the Holocaust.
Mans Search For Meaning is the autobiographical account of Viktor E. Frankls
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,