inner and unknown self, thus, cultivating ones personality. A precedent for the doppelganger concept lies in the beginning of the story, when the Captain stands alone and examines his surroundings. The secret sharer by Joseph Conrad, is a tale of two strangers who meet in unusual circumstances. By the end of the story the Captain has transformed into a confident, experienced, extremely secure individual. This" captures what she is trying to say about secrets being the barrier to others' feelings.
She relates to Himmler, Leo, Helene, and everyone else even though she is different than all of them. On the other hand, the Merriam Dictionary states a secret is something kept from the knowledge of others or shared only confidentially with a few. The Captains isolation further intensifies as he eats with his officers. His experiences as a sailor translate decorously in his various novels and short stories. Through examining others Griffin comes to terms with her own feelings, secrets, and fears. The Captain, at first is not sure on how to establish his authority on the crew as most of the members are older than him and have been on the journey together for eighteen months. In an obvious way, the presence of this man, named Leggatt, seems to be the captains secret that he shares with Leggatt himself; explaining the title yet it would seem that maybe the secret is between the captain and the audience on whether or not. It applies to Leggatt in terms of danger, intrusion, and concealment. The scorpion found in the Chief Mates cabin serves as a symbolic precedent as well. The Captain then asks in a surprisingly ordinary tone, Whats the matter? She was also featured in time magazine, top 100 people who shape the world, she is also well recognized because she was a guest on the Oprah show. He means well when he takes over the night watch from the crew but.