The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

Marissa Yorck

The author's text structure in "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" defines Walter Mitty in many ways.

One way to support this is Walter Mitty is very shy throughout the story.

One reason to support this is he does not like to stick up for himself. For example, when his wife way yelling at him for driving too fast he did not stick up for himself. A second reason to support this is he lets peoople treat him harshly. For example the parking lot attendant started yelling at Walter Mitty for almost driving down the wrong lane.
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A second way to support this is Walter Mitty is imaginative.

Walter Mitty has many daydreams about many different things. Throughout his daydreams Walter Mitty daydreams about very interesting things ranging from doing surgery on a man and being the commander on a plane thats about to go into a hurricane.
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Finally, a third way to support this is Walter Mitty is an average man.

Throughout the story Walter Mitty makes mistakes and forgets things. By the end of the story Walter Mitty is able to overcome his mistakes and get through them.
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Overall the author's text structure in "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" defines Walter Mitty in many ways.