Man’s Search for Meaning
By Victor Frankl
Through Man’s Search for Meaning, Viktor E. Frankl offers a compelling glimpse into the human psyche. The Doctor of psychiatry has seen the full span of human nature, losing his parents, brother and pregnant wife to Nazi death camps, and spending three years laboring in four different camps himself. Unlike many memoirs of the atrocities of the Holocaust, Man’s Search for Meaning takes an altogether scientific lens to life in the camps — through Frankl’s first-person account.