Viktor Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning (see link below) and identify quotes that relate to those themes.
Here are the instructions: This is an analysis of literature essay that relates to the personal context or meaning. You will pick 4 themes from Viktor Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning (see link below) and identify quotes that relate to those themes. To determine your thesis statement or argument, find a relationship or progression between the themes, a larger organization you’ve identified that helps to explain why these quotes particularly are worth repeating. Viktor Frankl’s experience in the camps was horrific and generally unlike anything we’ve gone through. So how can we relate to them, and why do they move us so much? Why do these quotes mean something to you personally, and how do they fit together (e.g. as parts of a whole, a cause-effect, an argument)?
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