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Mitty goes back to his day dreams, and dreams that he needs to attack and destroy an amunition dump, but if arguing with the sergeant if he should really go or not, "I’ll fly alone.” “But you can’t, sir,” said the sergeant anxiously. “It takes two men to handle that bomber and the Archies are pounding hell out of the air." (Thurber,5).
Something hit his shoulder. “I’ve been looking all over this hotel for you,” said Mrs. Mitty. How did you expect me to find you?” “I was thinking,” said Walter Mitty. “Does it ever occur to you that I am sometimes thinking?” (Thurber,5,6)
In the end he said “To hell with the handkerchief,” said Walter Mitty scornfully. He took one last drag on his cigarette and snapped it away. Then, with that faint, fleeting smile playing about his lips, he faced the firing squad; erect and motionless, proud and disdainful, Walter Mitty the Undefeated, inscrutable to the last. " (Thurber,6).
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