The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
The author's text structure creatively defines Walter Mitty as easily distracted, victimized, and imaginative.
First, Walter Mitty is easily distracted. His wife says "Not so fast! You're driving too fast!" after his daydream. Also, he read the title of an article then went into a daydream about it.
Second, Walter MItty is sort of victimized. The policeman said to Walter with insensitivity "Pick it up, brother!" The woman in the courtroom laughed at him for saying "Puppy Biscuit."
Finally, Walter Mitty is imaginative. He imagined himself on a plane in the Navy in his first daydream. Then he imagined himself as a doctor, and could make a diagnosis by just looking at the patient.
The author's text structure shows that Walter Mitty is victimized, easily-distracted, and imaginative.