An account of the author's life amid the horrors of the Nazi death camps and the formulation of his theory of logotherapy. Logotherapy, the author's own version of existential analysis, is a contemporary and positive approach to the mentally or spiritually-disturbed personality, which stresses man's freedom to transcend suffering and find a meaning to life, regardless of circumstances.
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We've all suffered the dreaded reading slump. Sometimes we just need a little kickstart to get us going again. For many of us, this can take the form of a few slim, unputdownable reads that we can finish in a day or so. Here are twenty titles (fiction and nonfiction) that might do the trick!