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You have all daydreamed from time to time but Walter Mitty is an excessive daydreamer He daydreams because he is stressed out by his controlling wife He also dozes off to dream about masculine adventures Also the reason is he feels society does not get him and what kind of man he is The last reason he daydreams is because he wants to get away from his boring life How I would describe to you about the differences of Walter Mitty and his mysterious other self is that they are totally different people How I would explain this is when Walter Mitty is having his daydreams he wants to be someone else then his regular self He wants to be a totally different person then his regular self He doesnt want to be weak Then in one of his day dreams he is a commander readying the lieutenant to take off in a hurtling eight-engined Navy hydroplane 188 However in reality Walter Mitty is just a man who listens to his wife and doesnt bother arguing with anyone he just goes with it After his day dream he is speeding down the road towards town with his wife she wants to get her hair done His wife told him to get his overshoes while Im having my hair done 189 He does as he is told of course because he doesnt want to argue He ends up going daydreaming about him doing a surgery and he gets yelled at by the parking attendant In real life Walter Mitty is anything but special He gets bossed around by his wife a lot and he cant argue with her Also he cant do simple things Hes forgetful and really absentminded Hes not a great driver and people always seem to be either yelling or laughing at him for one thing or another To compensate for his failings in the real world he creates an entire secret
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