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5. The purpose they serve be that he be able to deal with a boring, dull existence by using his imagination. He be able to escape his problems by making up fantasies in his mind. Walter Mitty not humourous to himself, he not be humourous to people in his story. He be humourous to me because it be funny how he always be the hero in his daydreams when he not have any heroic personality in real life. He always be able to escape all of his troubles by his impressive skills in daydreams, but not be able to do that in real life.

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    thank you ms. sue :) u read story before?

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    You're welcome, Mohammad.

    Yes, I've read this story -- about 30 years ago. Sorry, but I never really enjoyed the humor in this story.

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