The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

Allie Christman

The authors text structure in "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" defines the characterization of Walter Mitty in many ways

First, the characters define who Walter is.

When Mrs. Mitty yells at him for driving to fast, Mitty doesnt stick up for himself and feels insecure. Another example is when he s getting yelled at by the cop and he doesn't stick up for himself again and feels insecure.
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Next, the plot defines who Walter Mitty is.

First, when he day dreams about being a pilot, he is using his imagination to make the day dream feel real. Another detail is when he is day dreaming again about being a doctor and he uses his imagination again to show he .
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The last claim is the setting, which defines him for who he really is.

First, he has a day dream in a hospital and you have to be calm when you're a doctor and thats who he really is. Also, he has another day dream and he is a defendent on trial for murder and is calm the whole time.
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In conclusion, the characterization of Walter Mitty is determined by the authors text structure in "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty".