History Manga / KazeToKiNoUta

24th Jun '16 8:16:33 PM Eagal
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* [[spoiler: BuryYourGays/ DeathBySex: Poor Gilbert didn't have a chance, did he?]]

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* [[spoiler: BuryYourGays/ DeathBySex: Poor Gilbert didn't have a chance, did he?]]%%* BuryYourGays



* [[spoiler:DiesWideOpen: Gilbert.]]

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* [[spoiler:DiesWideOpen: %%* DiesWideOpen: Gilbert.]]



* DrugsAreBad

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* %%* DrugsAreBad



* {{Foreshadowing}}

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* %%* {{Foreshadowing}}



* GoodPeopleHaveGoodSex

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* %%* GoodPeopleHaveGoodSex



* HeartwarmingOrphan: Serge.
* HeelFaceTurn: Rosemarine.

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* %%* HeartwarmingOrphan: Serge.
* %%* HeelFaceTurn: Rosemarine.



* HighClassCallGirl: Paiva.
* HotBloodedSideburns: Leo.

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* %%* HighClassCallGirl: Paiva.
* %%* HotBloodedSideburns: Leo.



* IllBoy: Aslan.
* ImpoverishedPatrician: Jules de Ferrier.

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* %%* IllBoy: Aslan.
* %%* ImpoverishedPatrician: Jules de Ferrier.



* InternalMonologue: Lots of these.

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* InternalMonologue: Lots of these.%%* InternalMonologue



* LoveBubbles

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* %%* LoveBubbles



* ManipulativeBastard: Auguste, Rosemarine, Gilbert. In that order.

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* %%* ManipulativeBastard: Auguste, Rosemarine, Gilbert. In that order.



* MoneyToBurn / MoneyToThrowAway: Gilbert pulls this at one point, and Jules momentarily mistakes him for Rosemariné.

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* MoneyToBurn / MoneyToThrowAway: MoneyToBurn: Gilbert pulls this at one point, and Jules momentarily mistakes him for Rosemariné.



* TheOjou: Angeline.
* OjouRinglets: Rosemarine.
* OneGenderSchool

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* %%* TheOjou: Angeline.
* %%* OjouRinglets: Rosemarine.
* %%* OneGenderSchool



* ParentalIncest[=/=]VillainousIncest: [[spoiler:Gilbert and Auguste. Gilbert [[DrivenToSuicide does not take this revelation well.]]]]
* PeekABangs: Gilbert.

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* ParentalIncest[=/=]VillainousIncest: ParentalIncest: [[spoiler:Gilbert and Auguste. Gilbert [[DrivenToSuicide does not take this revelation well.]]]]
* %%* PeekABangs: Gilbert.



* PurpleEyes: Rosemarine.



* RegalRinglets: Angeline.
* RaceForYourLove

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* %%* RegalRinglets: Angeline.
* %%* RaceForYourLove



* UsefulNotes/{{Romani}}: Serge's mother Paiva and, by extension, Serge himself.



* RomanticRunnerUp: Patricia.

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* %%* RomanticRunnerUp: Patricia.



* [[spoiler:SuddenDownerEnding]]

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* [[spoiler:SuddenDownerEnding]]%%* SuddenDownerEnding



* TeensAreShort

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* %%* TeensAreShort



* TroubledButCute: Gilbert, and how. In fact, it wouldn't be ''too'' inaccurate to call him a male BrokenBird.
* {{Turn Out Like His Father}}: Auguste [[spoiler: {{Luke I Am Your Father}}]]

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* %%* TroubledButCute: Gilbert, and how. In fact, it wouldn't be ''too'' inaccurate to call him a male BrokenBird.
* {{Turn Out Like His Father}}: Auguste [[spoiler: {{Luke I Am Your Father}}]]
Gilbert
%%* TurnOutLikeHisFather: Auguste



* WillTheyOrWontThey: [[spoiler:They do]].

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* %%* WillTheyOrWontThey: [[spoiler:They do]].



* TheXOfY
* {{Yandere}}: Gilbert and Auguste, but especially the latter.

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* %%* TheXOfY
* %%* {{Yandere}}: Gilbert and Auguste, but especially the latter.
7th Jun '16 12:11:00 PM Willbyr
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It is 1880 at Lacombrade Academy, an all-boy's boarding school in France. Serge Battour is a cheerful and kind [[NewTransferStudent new student]] who is trying to fit in with the rest of the student body, despite the taboo of his [[UsefulNotes/{{Romani}} Gypsy heritage]], made obvious by his dark skin. However, his roommate Gilbert Cocteau- who will sleep with anyone if he can manipulate them to his advantage by doing so- is not helping the situation, especially when he makes it his personal goal to bring about Serge's downfall. [[WillTheyOrWontThey The two boys may destroy each other or come closer together.]]

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It is 1880 at Lacombrade Academy, an all-boy's boarding school in France. Serge Battour is a cheerful and kind [[NewTransferStudent new student]] who is trying to fit in with the rest of the student body, despite the taboo of his [[UsefulNotes/{{Romani}} Gypsy heritage]], made obvious by his dark skin. However, his roommate Gilbert Cocteau- who Cocteau--who will sleep with anyone if he can manipulate them to his advantage by doing so- is so--is not helping the situation, especially when he makes it his personal goal to bring about Serge's downfall. [[WillTheyOrWontThey The two boys may destroy each other or come closer together.]]



* {{Expy}}: If you watch the full-length ''TowardTheTerra'' anime, be sure to look out for Serge Starjon.

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* {{Expy}}: If you watch the full-length ''TowardTheTerra'' ''Manga/TowardTheTerra'' anime, be sure to look out for Serge Starjon.
23rd Oct '15 7:53:19 PM mooberry
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* BrokenBird: Gilbert could probably count as one of those rare male examples. For comparison, have a look at another male example, Souma in the manga series ''SakuraGari'', which has a lot of similarities in style with ''[=KazeKi=]'', with both Souma and Gilbert having very similar backstories and behaviour (i.e. rape, trauma, death, and a ''lot'' of BreakTheCutie).

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* BrokenBird: Gilbert could probably count as one of those rare male examples.one. For comparison, have a look at another male example, Souma in the manga series ''SakuraGari'', which has a lot of similarities in style with ''[=KazeKi=]'', with both Souma and Gilbert having very similar backstories and behaviour (i.e. rape, trauma, death, and a ''lot'' of BreakTheCutie).
16th May '15 2:54:27 AM SeptimusHeap
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''Kaze To Ki No Uta'', also known as either "''The Song of Wind and Trees''" or "''The Poem of Wind and Trees''," is a 17-volume manga series by Creator/KeikoTakemiya that was written from 1976 to 1984. It was one of the first {{shoujo}} manga to focus on a homosexual relationship between boys and the first to have sex play a major role in the story; Takemiya, along with then-roommate and fellow mangaka MotoHagio, is credited with kickstarting the shounen-ai genre (Takemiya's earlier work, "''In the Sunroom''" was the first manga to have shounen-ai elements). The series, though controversial, was able to win the prestigious Shogakukan Manga award for shojo in 1979, as well as now being regarded as a classic.

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''Kaze To Ki No Uta'', also known as either "''The Song of Wind and Trees''" or "''The Poem of Wind and Trees''," is a 17-volume manga series by Creator/KeikoTakemiya that was written from 1976 to 1984. It was one of the first {{shoujo}} manga to focus on a homosexual relationship between boys and the first to have sex play a major role in the story; Takemiya, along with then-roommate and fellow mangaka MotoHagio, Creator/MotoHagio, is credited with kickstarting the shounen-ai genre (Takemiya's earlier work, "''In the Sunroom''" was the first manga to have shounen-ai elements). The series, though controversial, was able to win the prestigious Shogakukan Manga award for shojo in 1979, as well as now being regarded as a classic.
22nd Mar '15 9:02:56 PM TVRulezAgain
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''Kaze To Ki No Uta'', also known as either "''The Song of Wind and Trees''" or "''The Poem of Wind and Trees''," is a 17-volume manga series by KeikoTakemiya that was written from 1976 to 1984. It was one of the first {{shoujo}} manga to focus on a homosexual relationship between boys and the first to have sex play a major role in the story; Takemiya, along with then-roommate and fellow mangaka MotoHagio, is credited with kickstarting the shounen-ai genre (Takemiya's earlier work, "''In the Sunroom''" was the first manga to have shounen-ai elements). The series, though controversial, was able to win the prestigious Shogakukan Manga award for shojo in 1979, as well as now being regarded as a classic.

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''Kaze To Ki No Uta'', also known as either "''The Song of Wind and Trees''" or "''The Poem of Wind and Trees''," is a 17-volume manga series by KeikoTakemiya Creator/KeikoTakemiya that was written from 1976 to 1984. It was one of the first {{shoujo}} manga to focus on a homosexual relationship between boys and the first to have sex play a major role in the story; Takemiya, along with then-roommate and fellow mangaka MotoHagio, is credited with kickstarting the shounen-ai genre (Takemiya's earlier work, "''In the Sunroom''" was the first manga to have shounen-ai elements). The series, though controversial, was able to win the prestigious Shogakukan Manga award for shojo in 1979, as well as now being regarded as a classic.
24th Aug '14 4:45:58 PM Prfnoff
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* TsutomuKashiwakura: Carl's voice actor in the OVA.
9th Aug '14 7:19:59 PM Moko-tan
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* [[spoiler:SuddenDownerEnding]]
27th Jun '14 7:40:52 PM azul120
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* {{It Is Pronounced Tro-PAY}}: Gilbert (jeel-behr), among others. [[JustifiedTrope To be expected]] since most, if not all, of the cast is French.

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* {{It Is Pronounced Tro-PAY}}: ItIsPronouncedTroPAY: Gilbert (jeel-behr), among others. [[JustifiedTrope To be expected]] since most, if not all, of the cast is French.
25th Jan '14 8:29:42 AM Prfnoff
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* KanetoShiozawa: The voice of Auguste in the OVA.



* NorikoOhara: The voice of Serge in the OVA.



* YoshikoSakakibara: The voice of Rosemariné in the OVA. Also falls into PlayingAgainstType, as she doesn't usually voice {{Bishonen}} characters.

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* YoshikoSakakibara: The voice of Rosemariné in the OVA. Also falls into PlayingAgainstType, as she doesn't usually voice {{Bishonen}} characters.----
23rd Jan '14 7:34:45 AM SvartiKotturinn
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* AnachronismStew: Pascal refers to Serge as ‘Manga/AstroBoy’ in jest, and there is an Astro Boy puzzle (when the story is told) and a bottle of Kizakura sake (in the flashback) in the bar where the {{Flashback}} of the infamous Golbert incident takes place. (Kizakura was founded in 1951.)

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* AnachronismStew: Pascal refers to Serge as ‘Manga/AstroBoy’ in jest, and there is an Astro Boy puzzle (when the story is told) and a bottle of Kizakura sake with a label that reads, ‘Hello Mr. Kizakura, how are you?’ in transliterated Japanese (in the flashback) in the bar pub where the {{Flashback}} of the infamous Golbert Gilbert incident takes place. (Kizakura (Kizakura, a sake company, was founded in 1951.)
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