{Free kindle} Le avventure di PinocchioAuthor Carlo Collodi – Cheapnikeshoes.co

A Classic Tale Of Mischance And Mischief Based On The Original AdventuresA Naughty Wooden Puppet Gets Into Trouble, Disobeys His Father, Forgets His Pomises, And Skips Through Life Looking For Fun Just Like A Real Boy Until He Learns That To Become Truly Real, He Must Open His Heart And Think Of Others

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    I don t have kids I read this for pleasure as a 32 year old man And, surprisingly, I definitely enjoyed it As I made my way through the book, though, I kept trying to picture what a kid would think It s very weird VERY weird, and kind of dark too I m not very familiar with the Disney version of this story, but I m sure Pinocchio doesn t murder that singing cricket with a hammer like he does on page 13 And things like the growing of his nose when he lies are not major plot points in the book at all In fact, it only happens twice and both times it is addressed for only slightly than a paragraph Basically, the story is about an insolent little marionette who through folly, disobedience, and naivety is subjected to a constant slew of misfortunes, each one ridiculous and over the top than the last And although the overarching moral to this tale that being GO TO SCHOOL YOU DUMB LITTLE DONKEYS is rather reductive and simplistic, the story is odd enough and the imagination of the author is unruled and unbound enough that the well worn lesson is not a hindrance.Here s a personal note I love books translated from other languages into English Sentence structure and word choice are often juxtaposed and arranged in ways that you normally don t get to see when reading things originally written in English Part of this is undoubtedly due to the translator as they struggle to preserve the story in its original form, and part of it is due to the fact that often there is often not an analogous term for certain words or phrases It creates a certain patchwork of language that, for whatever reason, tickles me Almost as if the charm lies in its sloppiness, or imperfection I actually downloaded two different translations of this to my Kindle and read the first chapter of each before deciding on which translator s voice I preferred.In the end, I can t really say if your kids will like this All I can say is I did And I m kind of like a giant kid.

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    Le avventure di Pinocchio The Adventures of Pinocchio,Carlo CollodiThe Adventures of Pinocchio Italian Le avventure di Pinocchio is a novel for children by Italian author Carlo Collodi, written in Pescia The first half was originally a serial in 1881 and 1882, published as La storia di un burattino literally The tale of a puppet , and then later completed as a book for children in February 1883 It is about the mischievous adventures of an animated marionette named Pinocchio and his father, a poor woodcarver named Geppetto 2007 1364 240 9643002128 1380 1386 1386 176 964760386 19 .

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    As is the case with many great and memorable children s tales, Pinocchio is predominated by the threat of violence and death At one point the incorrigible puppet is actually lynched by a Fox and a Cat who are after his gold coins The Talking Cricket the model for Disney s Jiminy Cricket is killed by Pinocchio, using a mallet to smash him against the wall, as early as chapter four The Cricket s primary offense Giving some lame moralistic advice to the anarchic puppet The Talking Cricket was a social conservative, apparently Later the magical fairy, a strange deus ex machina with blue hair and an even bluer temperament, is introduced as the ghost of a dead child I could go on and on, but you get the picture here If you don t behave, children, and do your schoolwork, you ll probably suffer ghastly and various permutations of misery, including but not limited to being eaten by a giant shark The tension lies in Collodi s celebration of in Rebecca West s hyperanalytic parlance transgression set against the book s explicit moralizing and voluble tsk tsking and pooh poohing Although the anonymous narrator states outright that peril and misfortune are the consequences of bad behavior, Collodi makes Pinocchio s adventures oddly exhilarating One wonders if the story is less proscriptive than it is a subtle lamentation of the freedoms we must surrender to become human Collodi s world is troubling, to say the least We are conditioned to expect the magical in storytelling so long as there is an internal consistency Collodi, however, doesn t bother with logic Why does Pinocchio seem human and vulnerable in some predicaments but resilient and indomitable in others Why are the fairy s powers arbitrary and situational Why does Pinocchio turn into a donkey other than in the service of a metaphor I ll admit I m a stickler for details, but the simplicity and surprising humor of Pinocchio distracts me from the fundamental realization that Collodi has created a world without rules that is overly indebted to coincidence and or providence In other words, I liked it despite everything.

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    This was a challenge and a treat reading the original story of Pinocchio in Italian It s been a long time since I saw the Disney movie, but it was obvious to me that Disney, er, Disney fied the story quite a bit The original tale is a lot darker and a lot funnier I loved the fight with Gepetto and the woodcutter at the beginning, where they are tearing off each other s wigs Pinocchio is indeed a rascal, a scamp, and all the other things they call him I think I would have throw him in the fire a long time ago I was also shocked to laughter when we meet Grillo Parlante, the Talking Cricket who becomes Jiminy Cricket in the movie, and Pinocchio immediately gets tired of his advice, throws a hammer at the cricket, and smashes him flat against the wall, killing the poor insect instantly I must say, I had the same urge when Jiminy Cricket started to sing in the movie Talking animals, ridiculous incidents and escapes I loved it Would have been an easy read in English, but even in Italian it didn t take me very long Well worth checking out.

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    I know I shouldn t feel so strongly about a children s book character from two centuries ago but PINOCCHIO IS LITERALLY ABOUT TO CATCH THOSE HANDS I was prepared for a tale full of nostalgia and heart warming moments, instead I got this clusterfuck of a children s tale I totally forgot that Pinocchio was such a stupid ass hoe or maybe his portrayal in the Disney movie is just much favorable , and thus I was annoyed than anything whilst reading about him making the same mistakes over and over again.Like, for real, Pinocchio was such a selfish and dumb little fucker, his father Gepetto truly deserved better I am aware of the fact that Pinocchio the book, that is was meant as a tale of morale and reform for children to learn from You can literally see the accusatory finger of Collodi pointing at children and warning them of the perils of disobedience and hedonism Nicki Minaj and Cardi B who are both pushing the message to their young audience to stay the fuck in school are modern day Collodis, just saying Nonetheless, Pinocchio and his unfaltering ways were a pain in the ass to read about He literally gets Gepetto into prison, then sells Gepetto s only coat to attend a fucking puppet show talk about questionable life choices , he believes two strangers who tell him of a Field of Miracles where you can bury your gold and overnight it will multiply guess what happens, Pinocchio buries his last gold only to find it gone the next day who would ve thought and then he just continues to disrespect every elderly person who wants to give him a piece of advice Pinocchio deserved every bad thing that came for him Even though I was somewhat surprised by the brutality of this children s tale, I was rooting for Pinocchio to die throughout And let me tell you, there was plenty of opportunity for that at the beginning he sleeps on the stove and burns off his feet, unluckily, Gepetto makes him new ones Damn it Later, the Cat and the Fox hang him in a tree Unfortunately, the Fairy rescues him Ugh Then Pinocchio has the audacity to refuse the medication she got for him and gets a mortal fever which he, you guessed it, again survives Why tho Wanna teach kids to take their fucking medicine without complaining Let the Burattino die, you don t get a message clearer than that He is caught in a weasel trap, he is kneaded into dough by a weird fisherman, he is turned into a donkey and literally swallowed by a whale Jonah is quaking in his seat and he gets out of all of these traps unscathed I was so mad Still am, not gonna lie I know this review hasn t been super serious but I justify my low rating, above all, by the fact that I wouldn t read this story to any children The tone is way too preachy don t lie, stay in school, be nice to your parents, work hard, bla bla bla , Pinocchio way too annoying, there s too much senseless violence in the story and in the end, the final message that is pushed when Pinocchio after being reformed turns into a proper boy just pisses me off In my humble opinion, he should ve stayed a Burattino as the world of Pinocchio is inhabited by speaking animals, fairies and other magical stuff , he didn t need to become human to get the point across, but maybe that s just me Children literally shouldn t have to change who they are what makes them unique , they should change their actions if they re disrespectful but that s it.

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    I have been slowly reading a stack of children s classics to my twins thus far to combat the poor movie adaptations that are out there , but I have been less than impressed.I found Peter Pan both the character and the story insufferable Charlie and the Chocolate Factory offended me ideologically and The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe was too heavy handed So I had little hope for Carlo Collodi s Pinnochio.Even though I had been slightly disabused of my belief that Pinnochio would be overly moralistic by The Old Trouts brilliant stage adaptation they re a Canadian puppet theatre company based out of Calgary , and despite the fact that Disney s Classic adaptation maintains most of the creepier elements from Collodi s classic, I approached Pinnochio with serious doubt and attitude.I almost dared it to be good And shock of shocks it actually was Yes there s a talking cricket, but his name isn t Jiminy and he doesn t sit on Pinnochio s shoulder and act as his conscience Yes there is a thread of moralism running through the book, and yes some of the things Collodi teaches, such as his focus on one s duty to obey one s parents, run contrary to what I believe, the book actually steers clear of preachiness and simply lets a fun story unfold in a fun way with a couple of decent lessons cropping up here and there.Playland known as Pleasure Island in Disney parlance is almost as creepy as Walt s uber spooky version, particularly the slimy man who rounds up the kiddies and turns them into donkeys Monstro is a gigantic, mile long Shark with no name, rather than a massive whale The blue haired fairy is a huge character, far important than the talking cricket, and she can change shape into a goat at will And if these elements weren t enough fun there are times when Pinnochio is collared and tied to a dog house to watch hens, hanged from a tree to die in the forest, nearly used as kindling, has his donkey flesh eaten away by nasty little fish, and is even thrown in prison by a Judge who happens to be a talking Ape.E Harden s translation seems superb and is eminently readable although my friend Manny might no better how accurate a translation it is , and even though the book comes in at a pretty steep 200 pages impressive for a kids book it never tires its reader or his listeners My kids wanted every time we stopped for the night, and if Collodi leaves the kids wanting that has to be a good thing Our next stop is Alice in Wonderland, but I may hunt down some Collodi He deserves to be read.

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    in fondo aggiunta 30 novembre 2017 Storia della lettura di un burattinoForse ci fu una prima lettura diretta, nella notte dei tempi, chi lo sa di sicuro ci fu il bombardamento delle revisioni dell immagine e del mito anche il film di Disney No, non mi sembra ma proprio non ricordo Ma ho detto storia, non preistoria e allora la prima lettura quella a quindici anni, al liceo.Dovete sapere, miei piccoli lettori, che chi qui scrive ha avuto la fortuna di incontrare non pochi insegnanti molto capaci Come questa maestra dai capelli turchini o forse il ricordo si sta un po confondendo che a quindicenni diceva di leggere Pinocchio E noi tutti gi a ridere sul libro per bambini Poi, voglio vedervi ad essere all altezza, nel capire bene E adesso rileggo, per motivi miei, e scopro alcune cose 1 che mi ricordo molto di pi del previsto, considerato che si tratta di una rilettura a trent anni di distanza, quindi la forza delle invenzioni certo efficace 2 che scritto benissimo nei primi capitoli si prova proprio anche questo tipo di godimento 3 che si sente che uscito prima a puntate e dopo un po le continue ricapitolazioni, per quanto movimentate dalla divertente frenesia di Pinocchio, rompono 4 che la morale pesante davvero fastidiosa bisogna fare il bene che poi vuol dire sacrificarsi e obbedire ciecamente per crasso utilitarismo, perch altrimenti finisci con la pancia vuota, non perch ci sia magari qualcosa in s di divertente e di positivo nei libri, ad esempio 5 ma che se la leggiamo come elemento autobiografico questa morale diventa interessante Collodi conduceva una vita disordinata , era un accanito quanto sfortunato giocatore, si abbandonava al bere ma era anche un bravo patriota che aveva combattuto a Curtatone e Montanara, e poi segretario alla Prefettura E forse allora divent anche lui un ragazzo come tutti gli altri ma certo non un padrefamiglia con tutte le caratteristiche richieste 6 ma se Pinocchio finisce nel ventre di un grosso pescecane e Giona finiva in un grosso pesce , perch tutti si ricordano balena 7 Portatemi almeno qualche cosa da mangiare, perch mi sento rifinito Subito disse la Lumaca Difatti dopo tre ore e mezzo, Pinocchio la vide tornare con un vassoio d argento in capo Difatti 30 novembre 2017 Vista ieri sera la reinvenzione teatrale di Antonio Latella molto consigliata.Ambientato in una segheria, sotto una nevicata di trucioli quindi gi di per s con effetto ipnotico, quell attrazione della neve che cade e non smetteresti mai di guardarla costumi e scenografia azzeccati Il testo di partenza in gran parte seguito e ripreso ma fin da subito reinterpretato view spoiler la fata turchina che innesca la vita magica del pezzo di legno ma per un egoistico e crudele bisogno di maternit hide spoiler

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    If you re into stuff like this, you can read the full review.Tornagusto Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi, Gioia Fiammenghi Trans Original Review, 1981 05 20 I am reading the English version of Pinocchio I read it, obviously many times in my language and the other day I found a small book with this title and I was curious to see how it was in a different language from mine I also want to invite him for dinner as it is the title of a context of a famous Italian newspaper writing an invitation for a character of a book at your choice but I have not yet written a word I am not too keen on inviting to meals, it means extra work and I did it enough But maybe by reading it I ll get inspired.