The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

Abby Waldbrunn

Using daydreams as part of the text structure it shows Walter Mitty wants to be in control, lacks self-esteem, and can't stand up for himself.

Walter Mitty wants to be in control

He is in control when he is the surgeon in one of the daydreams and he was in full control when he was flying the bomber plane alone.
Big image

He lacks self esteem

Walter Mitty doesn't like his real self and he wishes he was different. He also feels as if he had no power or control in his life.
Big image

He can't stand up for himself

Mrs. Mitty bosses Mr.Mitty around and he just stands there and takes it. He does not even bother to fight back with his wife.
Big image
By using daydreams as the text structure it shows Walter Mitty wants to be in control, lacks self-esteem, and can't stand up for himself.