Essays on The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty

Movie Analysis – The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
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The secret life of Walter MittyanalysisImageryPocketa-Pocketa-Poceta We first hear this sound in reference to the "Navy hydroplane" that Walter steers through a violent storm; he imagines it's the "pounding of the cylinders".Later, in Walter's fantasy surgery, the surgeongives way and makes the same sound. Finally, when Mitty imagines himself a British pilot, flame-throwers make the same noise. It might be that this is the sound of the car engine, which Walter first hears when he's driving into town with his…...
The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty
The Poor Relation by Charles Dickens
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The Poor Relation by Charles Dickens and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty by James Thurber - Compare the Treatment of a "Fictitious World" by Both Authors In both The Poor Relation and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, the main story revolves around the main character's tendency to live in a fantasy world. In this way the two short stories are very similar. However, the way the two authors, Dickens and Thurber, have treated this main theme is quite…...
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