Walter's Alternate Daydreams

Dane Kershner


The text structure characterizes Walter Mitty as a timid, small, insignificant man through the use of daydreams.

Claim 1

First, Walter Mitty is a victim of the people around him. His wife treats him like a child, and the parking lot attendant and cop were rude to him.
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Claim 2

Walter uses daydreams to escape his disrespected, boring life. instead of being treated like a child, he is a commander, a respected surgeon, and a potential lawbreaker.
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Claim 3

Walter's daydreams give him confidence in the real world. When his wife was complaining about him, he was defending himself because of the daydreams giving him a sense of self respect.
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