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Tomato Surprise story

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Tomato Surprise story

A Tomato Surprise story conceals information about the narrator from the reader that is obvious to the everyone in the story to create tension and a reveal at the end. It is a form of unreliable narrator. This trope is named after an entry in a set of writer's guidelines distributed circa 1980 by Asimov's magazine, written by its then-editor, George Scithers. The guidelines gave an examples of this trope as hiding the fact that the hero is, in fact, a tomato until the end. Contrast with the similar trope, Jar of Tang story. (e)

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