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  • In the Magi fanfic The Brothers Day and Night, the titular story is told by Kassim, about two brothers, one born of light and one born of darkness, who loved each other at first but whose differences drove them apart and led them to become enemies. He presents it as his own idea, but Mariam - who he's telling the story to - can easily tell it's really about him and Alibaba. Big Damn HeroRika Fuurude tells his nephew Kyon about her own brushes with the paranormal hoping that it convinces Kyon to share his own paranormal experiences so she can help him.

    Later Shinobuthe Tsuruya family head maid and Tsuruya's biological aunt, tells Haruhi her own story, including the events leading to the death of Tsuruya's mother. The Fable Of Joyful Wing: It is only at the end of his story about Joyful Wing and her husband's tragic fates that Bone Cage admits that the husband is him, and that his skull was eventually passed down from the sage who originally plotted his death to Long Dog's father and from him to Long Dog.

    You probably figured it out already, but that baby they're with? My name is Izuku Midoriya, and I'm an alien. Animated Film Balto begins with a grandmother telling her granddaughter the story of Balto and how he saved all of Nome to help a little girl who cared about him.

    At the end of the story, Rosie, the girl Balto saved, tells him she'd be lost without him. At the end of the film, the grandmother turns to the statue of Balto and quotes Rosie, the granddaughter calling to her as 'Grandma Rosie', revealing she was Rosie from the story.

    Bolt has Mittens telling Bolt how they cannot trust humans while inevitably revealing her past to him. While Mittens never outright says it was her, it was obvious that she was talking about herself. They leave her, wondering what she did wrong A Twist in Time begins with a voiceover asking the viewers if they remember a story about a girl who escaped a life of cinders by believing in a dream, and also letting talking mice and a fairy godmother help her find true love.

    After a beatthe narrator continues, "Well, that girl is me. Vampire Hunter D has a scene where the sheriff of a local town and his deputies try to run D a Dhampyr out of a store at gunpoint.

    The owner of the elderly shopkeeper stalls them with a story of a group of children who were kidnapped by a vampire and while a bounty hunter did rescue them all the townspeople turned on him when they realized that he was a dhampyr. As D departs the shopkeeper thanks him for the rescue all those decades earlier, revealing that the story was about both of them. The narrator of The Town Santa Forgot is an old man who tells his grandchildren about spoiled brat Jeremy Creek who, long story short, Took a Level in Kindness and became Santa's assistant until he got too big to fit in the sleigh.

    At the very end, some snow falls off the mailbox outside, revealing that the house belongs to one J. Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs provides an example, and also lampshades it within two seconds.

    Once there was a princess Was the princess you? The Frosty the Snowman sequel Legend of Frosty the Snowman is narrated by an old man and the story's main character is a young boy named Tommy Tinkerton, who has a crush on a girl named Sarah. At the end of the film, the old man states that he knew Tommy Tinkerton better than most people.

    An old woman's voice is then heard addressing the old man as "Thomas", and the old man replies with "Coming, Sarah". In The Care Bears Moviethe Narrator turns out to be Nicholas, the boy who made a Deal with the Devil to become a mage, after he's all grown up and is running an orphanage now. Happens again in The Care Bears' Nutcracker Suite, in identical fashion except the girl joins the Care Bears in their adventure instead of fighting them.

    Disney's Aladdin was originally going to reveal that the salesman from the beginning was the Genie which is part of why Robin Williams voices him. Not that he narrated for more than five minutes.

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    At the end of The Book of Lifethe tour guide that told the the story to the students is revealed to be La Muerte in human form. A woman tells some girls a very morbid story of how a mute girl found her voice via screaming whilst being raped and then killed her rapists who she and her father had put on a shadow-puppet show for.

    The girls listening seem very disturbed and the woman narrating it seems sad and nostalgic. In the end she offers a disconcertingly weak "its only a story" to the girls.

    In Revenge of the SithPalpatine strongly implies that he served under a death-conquering Sith Lord in order to sway Anakin to his side. He also implies that Anakin was created by that same death-conquering Sith Lord, or possibly by Palpatine himself, who the Sith taught all his tricks to.

    Where the Truth Lies: The journalist tells the story of a little girl who was saved thanks to a call-in show. It turns out it's her. Subverted in Caddyshackwith Ty Webb Chevy Chase telling the story about the guy "night putting" with the dean's daughter.

    You know who that guy was, Danny? No, that guy was Mitch Comstein, my roommate. He was a good guy. The Child Prodigy protagonist sees right through this, of course. In the novel, she doesn't use the pretense of third person at all and upfront states that the little girl in the story was her when she starts: This was undoubtedly changed for the screen because it was easier to hide "the little girl's" identity than to keep the audience from recognizing Trunchbull in the flashbacks.

    The musical offers a new twist, as the story of Miss Honey's birth and childhood is told by Matilda, who thinks she's making it up, and is surprised to discover later that her "fiction" is real.

    The Four Musketeers Athos, when he tells d'Artagnan the story of the Comte de la Fere.

    It plays out much the same in the original novel. Fox tells a similar story to explain why she works for the Fraternity in Wanted. Medicine Man has a rather nightmarish version and subversion of the trope.

    Crane why he doesn't want to tell anyone about the cancer cure he thinks he has discovered while living among the natives of South America — because another doctor, he explains contemptuously, had discovered a painkiller in similar circumstances, which resulted in another tribe being wiped out by swine flu when the drug company came down to mass-produce it.

    Later on it's revealed that Campbell himself was that doctor, and he keeps a journal filled with pictures he drew of every single person in the tribe he destroyed.

    Subverted a bit in that it seems almost a Freudian slip when he reveals this to Crane; it's not clear whether he actually wanted her to know.

    In One Crazy Summer after Ack-Ack is kicked out of his dad's house, Egg starts telling him a story about "a little fat kid that nobody loved" that becomes more and more specifically about Egg as it goes along. Eventually Ack-Ack stops him and asks "Were you the little fat boy?

    In Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? When asked whatever came of the boy, George told him that as far as he knew, he was still in the asylum. This was not the case, the boy was George. In the opening of the first Spy Kids film, Ingrid the mother tells Carmen and Juni a bedtime story about two enemy spies who were assigned to kill each other and fell in love instead.

    It is Ingrid and Gregorio's actual Back Story. Parodied in Bridesmaidswhere Megan tells an "inspirational" anecdote that is so transparently about herself that the little girl in the story is also named Megan.

    Annie even keeps trying to interrupt so they can skip to the obvious ending. At the end of Maleficentthe narrator is revealed to be an elderly Aurora. After the brutal final confrontation in The Devil's Backbonethe narrator turns out to be the ghost of doctor Casares, who now haunts the orphanage with Santi. In SnowpiercerCurtis tells the story of the chaotic early days of the tail section, when people starved and turned to cannibalism.

    He goes some way into detailing his own part "I know that babies taste best" but shifts into third person when relating how things turned around. After a man kills a mother to get to her baby, an old man steps up to offer his arm to be eaten instead, spurring others to make the same sacrifice. Gilliam, Curtis' mentor, was the old man; Edgar, Curtis' protege, was the baby. I was the man with the knife.

    Edward Scissorhands starts with a grandmother telling her granddaughter a bedtime story, about a man with scissors for hands who made it snow for a girl he loved.

    It is revealed in the end that the grandmother is actually Kim, the girl who Edward loved and who loved him. Villain example in Cinderella Lady Tremaine tells Ella the story about a young girl who married for love, and was happy, until her husband died. But then that husband died, too. Her last attempt was to get her daughters to marry the prince of their kingdom, but the prince was instead wooed by a simple servant girl "and I lived unhappily ever after".

    In Antonia's Linethe narrator of the story is revealed at the end to be Antonia's great-granddaughter Sarah. When Daavar recruits Vijay in DeewaarVijay starts talking about one time Daavar got his shoes shined before revealing that he was the shoeshine boy. Literature Cheaper by the Dozen: During one occasion when the Gilbreths had a guest over for dinner, said guest told a sad story, which turned out to be about himself. The children suspected it but didn't say so.

    Lillian, in tears over her failure to see to a guest's happiness, hugged him, hence becoming his favorite of the children from then on.

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    In Larklightafter Jack tells them the story of how his parents died, Art asked "Was that you? Richard III in the 21st Century tells the story of how he met and married his first wife, Anne, to his future stepdaughters in this manner. In Wizard of the Pigeons by Megan Lindholmthe female lead has a tendency toward conveying information like this.

    At one point, she tells the protagonist a story about a group of boys, and at the end it turns out he was one of the characters in the story although not the one he was expecting. Later, she tells him a story about a little girl, and he sarcastically predicts the "And That Little Girl Was Me" ending and is so busy being a smartass that he neglects to actually think about why he's been told the story, and fails to learn anything from it.

    There's also a point where she tells him an anecdote in first person, but ends by saying that it didn't actually happen to her; she just told it that way because that's how the story is traditionally told. Near the end of the dystopian novel Devil On My Back by Monica Hughes, a character tells the protagonist a story that, although he is careful to disclaim it as a fairy story with no particular meaning or real-life relevance, doesn't take much imagination to interpret as a description and explanation of his own actions during the novel.

    It looks like this trope is being subverted in The City of Dreaming Bookswhen the protagonist Optimus Yarnspinner meets the Shadow King, who tells him a story about his friend, one of the few humans in Zamonia. About halfway through, Optimus stops him and asks if his "friend" is actually him. The Shadow King asks if he looks like a human, which he doesn't. However, as his story goes on, his friend was turned into a different creature, and he finally reveals that he is now that creature.

    In Jack Vance's Throy - the heroes Glawen Clattuc and Eustace Chilke go in search of a businessman who can lead them to the source of a planetary conspiracy and are accompanied by his secretary. When in the course of rescuing the businessman they are attacked and wounded by hostile aliens, the secretary unloads on the aliens with a blaster and saves them all. In a slight subversion of the trope, it's not the secretary but her boss who later recounts the tale of a former employer whose house collapsed long ago in a storm, leaving only a terrified and badly wounded little girl at the mercy of those same xenomorphs Possibly also qualifies as a Roaring Rampage of Revenge.

    In Chelsea Quinn Yarbro's The Palace, Roget tells a group of workers that his master Ragoczy is trustworthy because he once rescued an escaped bondsman at great risk to himself. When one worker scoffs that Ragoczy made the story up, Roget reveals that he was the escaped bondsman. Played with in Fred Saberhagen 's The Holmes-Dracula Filein which the Count narrates his first couple of chapters' events in the third person, before getting bored with the pretense and admitting that the "old man" he's been describing is himself.

    He even Lampshades the transparency of the ruse.

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    In "Father Brown's Story" a priest tells of a man, disillusioned by the death of his beloved sister, who turned to atheism and hated everything religious. Then one night he had a dream of a mysterious woman who he followed to the edge of the sea. It was his sister, who pointed at the ocean and said "It is the holy blood. The man awoke with tears on his cheeks and changed his ways.

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    As they are leaving the priest stops one man and tells him "I was that man. By the end of the story Keizo drops the third person pretense before slipping the White Griffin ring on Jelena's finger. The ring would glow when worn by a member of the royal bloodline, so its reaction proved beyond all doubt that Jelena was his daughter.

    Beam Piper in which a diplomat carrying documents from our world fall into an Alternate Universe where the French and American Revolutions never happened. The story is told through a series of letters and reports, the final one by a high-ranking British officer called Sir Arthur Wellesley, who is puzzled by the repeated references to this chap Wellington. The narrator of the Framing Story is being told a tale of the Second Jovian War by the retired naval officer Kingman, who starts by saying he changed some names.

    The story involves a cunning spy codenamed K. When the story is finished, the narrator suggests Kingman knows the story so well, he must have been K.

    The third member of the party explains that Kingman was commander of the cruiser. In The January Dancer, first book of the Spiral Arm series, the frame story involves a harpist track down a scarred man in a bar and asking him to recount to her the tale of an artifact called January's Dancer.

    Summary[ edit ] The novel is a fictionalized account of the life of Lili Elbeone of the first people to undergo sex reassignment surgery. He has not only imagined most of what he wrote about Elbe's inner life, but he has also fabricated all of the other characters in the book, most important among them Wegener's blue-blooded American-born wife, Greta Waud, who like Ebershoff comes from Pasadena, California. The story takes place in Copenhagen, Denmark.

    Einar Wegener is happily married to his wife, Gerda Wegener. Einar was raised in a boy with his best friend Hans. Gerda was raised in California with her twin brother Carlisle. She eventually moved to Denmark, and first met Einar at the Royal Academy. They were unfortunately separated due to events of World War I. During their separation, Gerda marries another man named Teddy Cross and has a child.

    Unfortunately, the child dies at birth and Teddy dies of tubercolosis. Gerda moves back to Denmark and marries Einar.

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    The couple are painters with Einar painting mostly landscapes and Gerda painting portraits of somewhat famous people. One day, Anna Fonsmark, a friend of Gerda, must cancel her scheduled painting session. Gerda however needs to have the painting finished as soon as possible, hence her requesting Einar to model as Anna.

    The session is cut short with Anna barging into their home. Anna then decides to name Einar, "Lili. Henrik and Lili start a short relationship which Gerda discourages for she fears that Lili might be hurting Henrik by deceiving him. Lili and Henrik eventually go their separate ways. Lili then starts having many nosebleeds and stomachaches, which leads to Gerda making Lili visit a doctor named Dr. Gerda's true intentions however are actually to see if there is a tumor developing in his pelvis for she believes that if a tumor were indeed there, it might be the cause of the nosebleeds, stomachaches, and psychological problems.

    Hexler performs an X-Ray on Einar and sees that there is no tumor; however, he tells Gerda to discourage Einar from ever going anywhere as Lili again. Gerda starts to paint Lili more often, and these paintings spark popularity for Gerda. Gerda then manages to have a temporary gallery of her Lili paintings in France.