The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

What is the central irony of Mitty's life?

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The central irony in the story is Walter's larger than life, imaginary persona...... the persona in which he controls his life and is free to act as he pleases, as opposed to his real life. In reality, the hero is merely a weak man, who is patronized by his controlling wife.

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The Secret Life of Walter Mitty