by Viktor E. Frankl
The “Yes to Life: In Spite of Everything” is a history book which reveals about Frankl. Viktor E. Frankl is the author of this book. Viktor was a professor of neurology and psychiatry at the University of Vienna Medical School until his death in 1997. He received the degrees of Doctor of Medical and Doctor Philosophy from the University of Vienna. Yes to Life was published in the 1940s, after Frankl was released from a Nazi camp. In this book, you will know about three of Frankl’s lectures, such as, on the meaning and value of life, on the meaning and value of life II, Experimentum Crucis.
All these lecture focus on suicide, forced annihilation, and concentration camps respectively. These lectures don’t add to the power of his major literary opus. They are remarkable for their timing and location, and they address issues of hope, desperation, and cruelty. Yes to Life is personable and consistently engaging. Once somebody starts reading this book, it is very tough to leave it without finishing, every page keeps users on the edge of the seat. To sum it up, Viktor E. Frankl is an abundant book for gaining perspective in the midst of a pandemic.