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11th Feb '18 1:35:58 PM JoltNinja
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** Gothel appears to be a loving though overprotective mother towards Rapunzel. But when [[spoiler: Rapunzel finds out she was the lost princess and Gothel had kidnapped her all along]], she reveals her true greedy nature that she would do anything to keep Rapunzel's power to herself [[spoiler: even murder.]]

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** Gothel appears to be a loving though overprotective mother towards Rapunzel. But when [[spoiler: Rapunzel finds out she was the lost princess and Gothel had kidnapped her all along]], she reveals her true greedy nature that she would do anything to keep Rapunzel's power to herself herself, [[spoiler: even murder.]]
6th Feb '18 12:06:17 PM gb00393
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** Arya suggests that for all his talk, the Hound really ''doesn't'' like half the things he's been forced to do and acts like a brutal thug and hurls insults around, as a coping mechanism. For his part, the Hound actually is a little bit taken aback by this, suggesting that this might not be too far off the mark.
1st Feb '18 5:57:42 PM WillBGood
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* This is where the title comes from in Creator/YukioMishima's ''Literature/ConfessionsOfAMask''. One of the biggest themes is how the main character tries to appear normal in WordWarII Japan and the reader is the only one to see his inner workings.

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* This is where the title comes from in Creator/YukioMishima's ''Literature/ConfessionsOfAMask''. One of the biggest themes is how the main character tries to appear normal in WordWarII UsefulNotes/WorldWarII Japan and the reader is the only one to see his inner workings.
26th Jan '18 5:03:28 PM eroock
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Related to {{GIFT}} and WhatYouAreInTheDark. Often used in conjunction with HiddenHeartOfGold, JerkWithAHeartOfGold, JerkassFacade, BitchInSheepsClothing, SugarAndIcePersonality, SadClown, StepfordSmiler, and TheProudElite. ObfuscatingStupidity and ObfuscatingInsanity can be subtropes, as can ADarkerMe.

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Related to {{GIFT}} and WhatYouAreInTheDark. Often used in conjunction with HiddenHeartOfGold, JerkWithAHeartOfGold, JerkassFacade, BitchInSheepsClothing, SugarAndIcePersonality, SadClown, StepfordSmiler, UndercoverWhenAlone, and TheProudElite. ObfuscatingStupidity and ObfuscatingInsanity can be subtropes, as can ADarkerMe.
9th Jan '18 11:40:17 PM DuelMark
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* In '' Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', Gaston is not as nice as he seems to be (see also VillainWithGoodPublicity).

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* In '' Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'':
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Gaston is not as nice as he seems to be, his handsome and charming attitude is a facade to show how rude and manipulative he is.
** The Beast is the opposite, he appears to
be (see also VillainWithGoodPublicity).as monstrous as his appearance suggests he is, but it turns out he's broken and depressed by his appearance and only acts this way because, until he met Belle, he had given up on ever being human again.



** Elsa is the queen who represses all her emotions to keep her from endangering her own kingdom and her family. After running away from her kingdom after her powers are displayed publically, she sings the musical number 'Let it Go', which is this entire trope personified. It contrasts from her regal and repressed behaviour earlier and her much more open behaviour after this point in the film.
** Prince Hans appears to be a NiceGuy who cares about Anna[[spoiler:but reveals he in fact wants Arendelle's throne by marrying one of the sisters and is willing to have the actual heirs killed for it]]. The novelization ''Literature/AFrozenHeart'' suggests this is another mask, [[spoiler:showing he has serious lack of self-esteem and hates himself [[FreudianExcuse because he's been ridiculed by his father and brothers his whole life]] and [[WellDoneSonGuy wants to be the favored son at any cost]]]].

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** Elsa is the queen who represses all her emotions to keep her from endangering her own kingdom and her family. After running away from her kingdom after her powers are displayed publically, publiclly, she sings the musical number 'Let it Go', which is this entire trope personified. It contrasts from her regal and repressed behaviour earlier and her much more open behaviour after this point in the film.
** Prince Hans appears to be a NiceGuy who cares about Anna[[spoiler:but Anna [[spoiler:but reveals he in fact wants Arendelle's throne by marrying one of the sisters and is willing to have the actual heirs killed for it]]. The novelization ''Literature/AFrozenHeart'' suggests this is another mask, [[spoiler:showing there is some level of good in him but he has a serious lack of self-esteem and hates himself [[FreudianExcuse because he's been ridiculed by his father and brothers his whole life]] and [[WellDoneSonGuy wants to be the favored son at any cost]]]].
4th Jan '18 4:05:30 AM AirofMystery
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The concept in Western philosophy originated with UsefulNotes/CarlJung, who referred to the mask people wear in public as the "persona" ([[AldetumVitur Latin]] via Ancient Greek for "mask"), and their hidden desires as their "[[ShadowArchetype shadow]]."

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The concept in Western philosophy originated with UsefulNotes/CarlJung, who referred to the mask people wear in public as the "persona" ([[AldetumVitur ([[AltumVidetur Latin]] via Ancient Greek for "mask"), and their hidden desires as their "[[ShadowArchetype shadow]]."
4th Jan '18 4:04:53 AM AirofMystery
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The concept in Western philosophy originated with UsefulNotes/CarlJung, who referred to the mask people wear in public as the "persona", and their hidden desires as their "[[ShadowArchetype shadow]]."

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The concept in Western philosophy originated with UsefulNotes/CarlJung, who referred to the mask people wear in public as the "persona", "persona" ([[AldetumVitur Latin]] via Ancient Greek for "mask"), and their hidden desires as their "[[ShadowArchetype shadow]]."
2nd Jan '18 8:09:27 PM DuelMark
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** Prince Hans appears to be a NiceGuy who cares about Anna[[spoiler:but reveals he in fact wants Arendelle's throne as is willing to have the actual heirs killed for it]]. The novelization ''[[Literature/AFrozenHeart]]'' suggests this is another mask, [[spoiler:showing he has serious lack of self-esteem and hates himself [[FreudianExcuse because he's been ridiculed by his father and brothers his whole life]] and [[WellDoneSonGuy wants to be the favored son at any cost]]]].

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** Prince Hans appears to be a NiceGuy who cares about Anna[[spoiler:but reveals he in fact wants Arendelle's throne as by marrying one of the sisters and is willing to have the actual heirs killed for it]]. The novelization ''[[Literature/AFrozenHeart]]'' ''Literature/AFrozenHeart'' suggests this is another mask, [[spoiler:showing he has serious lack of self-esteem and hates himself [[FreudianExcuse because he's been ridiculed by his father and brothers his whole life]] and [[WellDoneSonGuy wants to be the favored son at any cost]]]].
29th Dec '17 10:12:50 PM DuelMark
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** Prince Hans appears to be a NiceGuy who cares about Anna[[spoiler:but reveals he in fact wants Arendelle's throne as is willing to have the actual heirs killed for it]]. The novelization ''[[Literature/AFrozenHeart]]'' suggests this is another mask, [[spoiler:showing he has serious lack of self-esteem and hates himself [[FreudianExcuse because he's been ridiculed by his father and brothers his whole life]] and [[WellDoneSonGuy wants to be the favored son at any cost]]]].
5th Dec '17 8:08:47 PM quackytrope
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** The same was true of Clark Kent in the Silver Age (i.e the wimpy "Clark" being a front for Superman). Modern interpretations tend to portray it the other way around, with the mighty, godlike Superman really being a humble yet no less heroic farm boy from Kansas at heart.

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** The same was true of Clark Kent in the Silver Age (i.e the wimpy "Clark" being a front for Superman). Modern interpretations tend to portray it the other way around, with the mighty, godlike Superman really being a humble yet no less heroic farm boy from Kansas at heart.
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