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Fabry, Joseph Peter eigentlich Joseph Epstein#

Fabry, Joseph Peter (real name: Joseph Epstein), b. Vienna, Nov. 6, 1909, d. El Cerrito (USA), May 7, 1999, author, translator. Studied law; 1931-1938 published over 200 short stories with M. Knight under the pseudonym Peter Fabrizius. 1938 emigrated to the USA; worked for the Office of War Information and the radio station "Voice of America". His study of the works of V. Frankl led him to become a teacher of psychology; established the Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy in Abilene, Texas. In the USA he collaborated again with M. Knight; translated the works of numerous Austrian authors into English; published a joint autobiography with Knight.


Der schwarze Teufel und andere Geschichten, 1942; Wer zuletzt lacht ..., 1952; ... lacht am besten, 1957; The Pursuit of Meaning, 1968 (Wege zur Selbstfindung, 1985); One and One Make Three, 1988 (autobiography).