Abadie1Isabelle Abadie Professor Credit English 1013September 13, 2018Insight on In Too DeepOne thing that might come to someone's mind when they hear the term autobiography is someone telling another person's story from their own perspective. In the story “In Too Deep,” the author talks about how Reprecht was at first embarrassed on the tour because he thought he was being treated like a little kindergartner on a field trip. Another thing Tom reveals about Ruprecht’s personality is that he does not like being told what to do and like most people, he is kind of a more free reins type of guy. Later in the story, Tom and another tourist, Ernie go deep into the cave and wind up getting lost. Ernie had used his “spelunking expertise” (Ruprecht, 61) to find the way out of the cave and get back to safety. There are many reasons why Ruprecht's “In Too Deep” acts like a great autobiography, some being the story shows the readers the properuse of first person point of view, it reveals three important life lessons, and shows the readers to always go out and try new things like Ruprecht did.First, Reprechts moods and actions throughout the story informed the readers of how he is feeling and what to expect from him while properly using the first person point of view.