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Chaos Vs Order
Chaos Vs Order
Chaos Vs. Order The short story by James Thurber, The Catbird Seat, describes a man, Mr. Erwin Martin, who is very precise and logical in everything he does including his job and how he reacts when his order is disrupted by a loud, meddlesome woman, Mrs. Ulgine Barrows, who has much persuasion with the company president, Mr. Fitweiler. Mr. Martin’s order is disrupted by this chaos in the company and he can not have it so he decides he must kill Mrs. Barrows to get things back the way they wer
Walter Mittys Secret Escape
Walter Mittys Secret Escape
Walter Mitty’s Secret Escape 1 In James Thurber’s short story, “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty,” the character Walter Mitty uses his imagination as a need to escape and express his emotions of anger and self-pity. By daydreaming, one might be able to escape the petty details of life and obtain freedom from their reality. Through the literary elements of character, setting, and symbolism, James Thurber shows how Walter Mitty escapes his everyday life by daydreaming. Character traits throughout t
The Catbird Seat
The Catbird Seat
The Catbird Seat The Catbird Seat By: James Thurber In the story The Catbird Seat, James Thurber shows how the story relates to everyday life in the working world. This could be a fictional or a nonfiction story, by changing the fictional characters to people on any person's job. In the workplace around the world there are people like the two Main characters. For example, the average employee does not socialize with co-workers outside of the workplace so the average worker would not know what a