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In "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty," Walter uses fantasies to escape the constant scolding of his wife. What type of conflict is this?

a. character vs. nature
b. character vs. society**
c. character vs. character
d. character vs. himself

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  1. 2. A narrator who is also a character in the story is?

    a. first person
    b. second person**
    c. third person limited
    d. third person omniscient

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  2. Wait, I think 2 is a?

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  3. 2 is a. It could also be c or d.

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    Ms. Sue
  4. Forget the last part about c or d. 2 is a.

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    Ms. Sue

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