Thursday, 23 September 2010
Although it can be difficult for some people to understand, James Thurber's short story "The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty" is a great story for all that read it. I would defiantely reccomend it to everyone I know. With the protagonist being a boring, old, man that has so many fantasies about himself being a hero-type, with a controlling wife (protagonist), this story would draw in any curious reader with a decent imagination. I like this story because you never know when the narrator is going to focus on another one of Mitty's fantasies. This is a great story for readers of any age, and will be loved by all.