Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. THE ADVENTURES OF PINOCCHIO. Traduzione integrale inglese di Le Avventure di Pinocchio. Storia di un burattino, di Carlo Collodi. Tradotto da. Pinocchio 2. CHAPTER 1. How it happened that Mastro Cherry, carpenter, found a piece of wood that wept and laughed like a child. Centuries ago there lived.
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Carlo Collodi, who died in , was respected during his lifetime as a talented writer and social commentator, and his fame continued to grow when Pinocchio was first translated into English by Mary Alice Murray in , whose translation was added to the widely read Everyman's Library in Other well regarded English translations include the translation by Carol Della Chiesa , and the bilingual edition by Nicolas J.
The first appearance of the book in the United States was in , with publication of the first US edition in , translated and illustrated by Walter S. Cramp and Charles Copeland. The Adventures of Pine Nut , and the first French edition was published in Between and , translations were made into all European languages and several languages of Asia, Africa and Oceania.
The first stage adaptation was launched in , written by Gattesco Gatteschi and Enrico Guidotti and directed by Luigi Rasi. The Walt Disney version was a groundbreaking achievement in the area of effects animation, giving realistic movement to vehicles, machinery and natural elements such as rain, lightning, smoke, shadows and water.
Plot[ edit ] As Geppetto carves the puppet, the nose begins to grow. The story begins in Tuscany , Italy. A carpenter named Master Antonio, but whom everyone calls Master Cherry, has found a block of pinewood which he plans to carve into a leg for his table. When he begins, however, the log shouts out.
Frightened by the talking log, Master Cherry gives it to his neighbor Geppetto , an extremely poor man who plans to make a living as a puppeteer in hopes of earning "a crust of bread and a glass of wine".
Pinocchio throws a hammer at the talking cricket. Geppetto carves the block into a boy and names him " Pinocchio ". As soon as Pinocchio's nose has been carved, it begins to grow with his congenital impudence. Before he is even built, Pinocchio already has a mischievous attitude; no sooner than Geppetto is finished carving Pinocchio's feet does the puppet proceed to kick him. Once the puppet has been finished and Geppetto teaches him to walk, Pinocchio runs out the door and away into the town.
He is caught by a Carabiniere , who assumes Pinocchio has been mistreated and imprisons Geppetto. Left alone, Pinocchio heads back to Geppetto's house to get something to eat. Once he arrives at home, a talking cricket who has lived in the house for over a century warns him of the perils of disobedience and hedonism.
In retaliation, Pinocchio throws a hammer at the cricket, more accurately than he intended to, and accidentally kills it. That evening, Pinocchio falls asleep with his feet on the stove, and wakes to find that they have burned off. Geppetto is released from prison and makes Pinocchio a new pair of feet.
In gratitude, Pinocchio promises to attend school, and Geppetto sells his only coat to download him a school book. The puppet master Mangiafuoco.
On his way to school the next morning, Pinocchio encounters the Great Marionette Theatre, and he sells his school book in order to download a ticket for the show. The marionettes on stage recognize him in the audience and call out to him, angering the puppet master Mangiafuoco.
The puppet master initially decides to use Pinocchio as firewood but ultimately releases him and gives him five gold pieces to give to Geppetto.
The Fox and the Cat As Pinocchio travels home to give the coins to his father, he meets a fox and a cat. The Cat pretends to be blind, and the Fox pretends to be lame. A white blackbird tries to warn Pinocchio of their lies, but the blackbird is eaten by the Cat. The two animals convince Pinocchio that if he plants his coins in the Field of Miracles outside the city of Catchfools , they will grow into a tree with gold coins.
They stop at an inn, where the Fox and the Cat gorge themselves on food at Pinocchio's expense and ask to be awoken by midnight. Two hours before the set time, the pair abandon Pinocchio, leaving him to pay for the meal with one of his coins. They instruct the innkeeper to tell Pinocchio that they left after receiving a message stating that the Cat's eldest kitten had fallen ill and that they would meet Pinocchio at the Field of Miracles in the morning.
The Fox and the Cat, dressed as bandits, hang Pinocchio. They take off ahead of Pinocchio and disguise themselves as bandits while Pinocchio continues on toward Catchfools, despite warnings from the Talking Cricket.
The disguised Fox and Cat ambush Pinocchio, but the puppet escapes to a white house after biting off the Cat's paw.
Upon knocking on the door, Pinocchio is greeted by a young fairy with turquoise hair who says she is dead and waiting for a hearse. Unfortunately, the bandits catch him and hang him in a tree. After a while, the Fox and Cat get tired of waiting for the puppet to suffocate, and they leave. The Fairy saves Pinocchio The Fairy has Pinocchio rescued by summoning a falcon to get him down and having her poodle servant pick him up in her stagecoach.
The Fairy calls in three famous doctors to tell her whether Pinocchio is dead. Two of them, an owl and a crow , are unsure of Pinocchio's status. The third doctor is the Ghost of the Talking Cricket, who says that the puppet is fine, but has been disobedient and hurt his father.
The Fairy administers medicine to Pinocchio who consents to take it after four undertaker rabbits arrive to carry away his body. Recovered, Pinocchio lies to the Fairy when she asks what has happened to the gold coins, and his nose grows until it is so long that he cannot turn around in the room. The Fairy explains that Pinocchio's lies are making his nose grow and calls in a flock of woodpeckers to chisel it down to size. The Fairy sends for Geppetto to come and live with them in the forest cottage.
When Pinocchio heads out to meet his father, he once again encounters the Fox and the Cat. When Pinocchio notices the Cat's missing paw, the Fox claims that they had to sacrifice it to feed a hungry old wolf.
They remind the puppet of the Field of Miracles, and finally, he agrees to go with them and plant his gold. They finally reach the city of Catchfools, where every animal in town has done something exceedingly foolish and now suffers as a result. Upon reaching the Field of Miracles, Pinocchio buries his coins and then leaves for the twenty minutes that it will take for his gold to grow into gold coin trees.
After Pinocchio leaves, the Fox and the Cat dig up the coins and run away. Pinocchio and the gorilla judge. Once Pinocchio returns, he learns of the Fox and the Cat's treachery from a parrot who mocks Pinocchio for falling for their tricks. Pinocchio rushes to the Catchfools courthouse where he reports the theft of the coins to a gorilla judge. Although he is moved by Pinocchio's plea, the judge sentences Pinocchio to four months in prison for the crime of foolishness.
Fortunately, all criminals are released early by the jailers when the unseen young Emperor of Catchfools declares a celebration following his army's victory over the town's enemies. Upon being released, Pinocchio leaves Catchfools. Pinocchio then heads back to the Fairy's house in the forest, but he sneaks into a farmer's yard to steal some grapes. He is caught in a weasel trap where he encounters a glowworm. The farmer finds Pinocchio and ties him up in the doghouse of his late watch dog Melampo to guard the chicken coop.
When Pinocchio foils the chicken-stealing weasels , the farmer frees the puppet as a reward. Pinocchio finally comes to where the cottage was, finds nothing but a gravestone, and believes that the Fairy has died of sorrow.
Pinocchio and the pigeon fly to the seashore. A friendly pigeon sees Pinocchio mourning the Fairy's death and offers to give him a ride to the seashore, where Geppetto is building a boat in which to search for Pinocchio.
Pinocchio is washed ashore when he tries to swim to his father. Geppetto is then swallowed by The Terrible Dogfish. Pinocchio accepts a ride from a dolphin to the nearest island called the Island of Busy Bees. Upon arriving on the Island of Busy Bees, Pinocchio can only get food in return for labor. Pinocchio offers to carry a lady's jug home in return for food and water. When they get to the lady's house, Pinocchio recognizes the lady as the Fairy, now miraculously old enough to be his mother.
She says she will act as his mother, and Pinocchio will begin going to school.
She hints that if Pinocchio does well in school and tries his hardest to be good for one whole year, then he will become a real boy. Alidoro saves Pinocchio from The Green Fisherman.
Pinocchio studies hard and rises to the top of his class, but this makes the other schoolboys jealous. The other boys trick Pinocchio into playing hookey by saying they saw a large sea monster at the beach, the same one that swallowed Geppetto. However, the boys were lying and a fight breaks out. One boy named Eugene is hit by Pinocchio's school book, though Pinocchio did not throw it. Pinocchio is accused of injuring Eugene by two Carabinieres, but the puppet escapes.
During his escape, Pinocchio saves a drowning Mastiff named Alidoro. In exchange, Alidoro later saves Pinocchio from The Green Fisherman , who was going to eat the marionette, as Pinocchio returns home. After meeting the Snail that works for the Fairy, Pinocchio is given another chance by the Fairy. The moral is the same. The characters and narrative are what he changed. The original Pinocchio is a naughty boy, a troublemaker.
Disney did not like this, so he turned the character into a nice and lovable puppet that possessed audience appeal. Disney animators used soft round shapes to draw Pinocchio. The scriptwriters did not make him arrogant or a prig like the original Italian character but rather a portrait of innocence and sweetness.
Disney's film has pathos, good feelings and its key element is hope, an emotion that is more or less absent in the Collodi book. For Pinocchio Disney created scenes and emotions necessary for a good modern American story--love, friendship, warmth.
Jiminy Cricket became a key character in the Disney film. The Blue Fairy appoints Jiminy to be Pinocchio's official conscience. Jiminy is an American: For example, the Blue Fairy is not a girl who first dies and then mysteriously reappears; Lampwick, Pinocchio's friend, does not die of exhaustion after he is sold as a work donkey; Geppetto does not sell his only jacket during a severely cold winter to download school books for Pinocchio.
Further, a number of scenes and characters are not even mentioned in the film. An ominous black rabbit does not bring a coffin to bury Pinocchio. There is no judge to paradoxically sentence Pinocchio to jail because his golden coins are gone.
The scene in which Pinocchio saves Alidoro, a dog who later in the book returns the favor and saves Pinocchio from being eaten by the Green Fisherman, is absent. The successfully adaptation by Disney was sensible and made Collodi's story suitable for youngsters and all Americans accustomed to happy endings and a predictable sprightliness. Then and now, the Disney version was a stark contrast to the original Collodi novel, which still looks dark today and maybe even looks darker than it did when written in The constant presence of menace and doom that looms over the young protagonist was transformed by Hollywood into a story about hope and goodness and in which a sort of spiritual guide, Jiminy Cricket, watches over Pinocchio and winks at the audience.
In fact, it was Disney's colorful drawings and engaging music that made it possible for this old Italian story of misfortune and fear to be transformed for the entire world to enjoy.
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