Man’s Search for Meaning: In Which I Do Not Offer a Review

I’m not sure reviewing Viktor Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning is what I want to do with what remains of this nap. So instead I’ll note that I read it. And had some feelings about it. Also that it was the third non-fiction book IN A ROW that I have read (and I’m reading another one right now). So much for not enjoying non-fiction.

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2 responses to “Man’s Search for Meaning: In Which I Do Not Offer a Review

  1. But, but …. Erin …. how will I know whether or not to read it? I rely on you to guide my reading choices…..

    • Anonymous

      It’s a pretty solid classic, Celia, and so if you haven’t read it, I’d certainly suggest it (and how can you turn down the promise of #Meaning?). That said, it’s not exactly cheerful – account of Holocaust survival – so may not be what you want at this point…

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