Walter Mitty is a henpecked husband who goes on a mundane shopping trip with his wife. He keeps escaping from reality into fantasies of drama and adventure that parody (A work that ridicules another work by imitating some aspect of its style or content) stereotypical movies and novels.
In approximately 100 words describe what Mitty imagines he is doing as he is driving to town, passing a hospital, and hears the shouting of a newsboy and what happens in his final daydream.
Also include what Thurber (the author) parodies in ONE of these fantasies. Discussion prior to your response is encouraged - collaborate a bit.