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Pinocchio

Pinocchio The original unabridged Pinocchio in a beautifully illustrated hardcover edition Carlo Collodi s story is an astonishing work of fantasy even richer and wildly imaginative than the famous film

  • Title: Pinocchio
  • Author: Carlo Collodi Alice Carsey
  • ISBN: 9780307597069
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The original, unabridged Pinocchio in a beautifully illustrated hardcover edition.Carlo Collodi s 1883 story is an astonishing work of fantasy, even richer and wildly imaginative than the famous film that Disney made of it The Everyman s edition the only one in hardcover brings back the color illustrated translation of 1916 that captures the vivid inventiveness of CoThe original, unabridged Pinocchio in a beautifully illustrated hardcover edition.Carlo Collodi s 1883 story is an astonishing work of fantasy, even richer and wildly imaginative than the famous film that Disney made of it The Everyman s edition the only one in hardcover brings back the color illustrated translation of 1916 that captures the vivid inventiveness of Collodi s original Here is the endearing wooden puppet, always dreaming of becoming a boy and always tumbling into trouble kidnapped, robbed by a cat and a fox, turned into a donkey, escaping from an enormous smoking serpent and a green skinned ogre, rescuing his father from the belly of a mile long fish, haunted by the ghost of a talking cricket, watched over by a fairy with turquoise hair, and, time and again, betrayed by his lie sensitive nose.

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    1. هو صبي كسول كذوبمتعالى احمق عاق شقييريد ان يحظى بمزايا الانسانية. .دون متاعبهاو لآ مسؤوليتها. .لكن لا : بينوكيو ليس مجرد عروسة خشبيةبل هو نموذج نصطدم به مرارا في حياتنا اليومية هو من يقابل كرمك اليومي بالجحودو المحبة بالامبالاةو الاهتمام بالاستهتار. ها هو جيبيتو صانع اللعب و [...]

    2. 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 w [...]

    3. 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 [...]

    4. 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 [...]

    5. [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 è quella a quindici anni, al liceo.Dovete sapere, miei piccoli lettori, che chi qui scrive ha avuto la fortuna di incontrare non pochi insegnanti [...]

    6. 2,5 StarsSeriously, I never thought the real story of Pinocchio would be somewhat cruel and violent like this. I don’t think it is appropriate for children when it’s known as a classic story for children. It’s similar with The Wonderful Wizard of Oz which adapted differently for the movie. So, what’s wrong with these classic authors for children literature? Was their lives full of nightmare their imagination became dark and twisted? And why Mastro Geppetto was described as a grumpy and v [...]

    7. Pinocchio's Ten Life Enriching Lessons for Grownups:I normally read children's books during Christmastime. Not only to catch up with my Reading Challenge (I am behind by 10 books as of this writing), but also, most of children's books have life lessons that can be good reminders for the coming year. New Year always means new beginning, new hope. Do you remember when you were still in school and after reading a story in class, the teacher asked you what was the lessons you learned from it? So, in [...]

    8. 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 i [...]

    9. It is always a dicey affair to criticise a popular book: and when it is an acknowledged classic for children, it is even more dangerous. So I agonised a lot over my impressions of Pinocchio: Is it only a matter of personal taste? Am I missing something? Should I rethink my rating based on learned opinions spanning more than a century? In the end, I decided to go with my original evaluation.This is one of those stories you read and love in comics format or abridged versions before you come into c [...]

    10. What a lively book! and also what a strange book, in its nimble flirtations with death and grotesqueries that add many layers of deftly handled complexities to a seemingly simple tale.Collodi was clearly conflicted about who Pinocchio actually was. The afterword informs us that the book is actually two parts that have now fused into one. What is now the first half of the book was originally a complete tale in itself, and ended with Pinocchio dying after being hung from a tree. But then due to th [...]

    11. يك كتاب با جلد محكم و سفيد و براق با يك عكس رنگى و زيبا به اسم پينوكيو بود قصه دوست داشتنى و محبوب من كه بارهاى بار خوانده بودمش.آنقدر كه ورق هايش همه از هم باز شده بود و هرگز متوجه نشدم چه وقت بوسيله مخالف اعظم كتاب در خانه امان، مامانم، منهدم و نابود شده بودديگر هيچوقت نه توى خا [...]

    12. Finishing this made me think about the first time I completed The Giving Tree. Maybe there isn't supposed to be a moral to the story? Certainly the "be a good boy and all these things will be added unto you" doesn't work here. Pinocchio is a little shit for 95% of the 220 pages and when he repents for 10 minutes he gets the keys to the kingdom? It's like the biblical prodigal son on a Corey Haim level of lifelong poor choices that impacts everyone around him, constantly given another round of on [...]

    13. let's get this straight - pinocchio is an asshole. but in that, he's a regular adolescent trying to figure out how the world works and, more importantly, how he can navigate it. kids aren't always angels and ice cream - they're lying, cheating, selfish demons - i sometimes think there's nothing meaner than a 5th grader - but who can blame them? i think that was the appeal to me of reading this book versus watching the disney movie (which is my favorite disney movie, and i will have the argument [...]

    14. 4/5 ~ Pinocchio is probably one of my favorite classics, yes, it’s pretty dark for kids and yes, Pinocchio makes over and over the same mistakes, but there’s so much to learn from this little story!note: I’m doing this classics collection, they release a title per week, and so far the covers are all so cute, I’m really liking it!

    15. Pinocchio is a classic story, and a very different one than the saccharine Disney version most Americans are familiar with. Carlo Collodi’s 1882 book lays out the story of a wooden puppet come to awkward life, who proceeds to act out on every selfish, crude and obnoxious impulse ever known to childhood. Each bad decision brings sorrow to his “father” Gepetto and his “mother” the Blue Fairy, and brings a terrifying consequence to the puppet — in the course of the book his feet are bur [...]

    16. Pinocchio è la prima volta che lo leggo; per questo sono rimasta stupita dal romanzo, la mia aspettativa era ormai stata traviata dal Pinoccio della Disney (che c'entra ben poco con la storia di Collodi)."Pinocchio" è un romanzo cattivo (non saprei dire quanto sia "per bambini"), il grillo muore nelle prime pagine, ci sono impiccagioni, assassini, annegamenti e frustate.C'è da dire che nella prima parte Pinocchio è un burattino decisamente strafottente e insopportabile (ma poi migliora).Seco [...]

    17. To be honest, Pinocchio is the most insufferable, ungrateful, and gullible brat I've seen so far in children's literature. Poor Geppetto has to sit at home, while the boy runs around and gives up to temptations. All the lies build up, and each time Pinocchio's nose grows longer.Not too convinced on this one. New characters are introduced only to disappear almost immediately. Didn't understand the point of them, maybe Collodi wanted more pages since it was originally serialized? And oh boy, the a [...]

    18. Cose a cui può sopravvivere un burattino: fuoco, fuoco (di nuovo), coltellate, impiccagioni, carcere duro, umiliazioni canine, tentativi di frittura, metamorfosi asinine, annegamento e attacco da parte di pesci aggressivi e, ultimo, ma non meno importante, Pesci-cane asmatici.Solo per dire che la versione disneyana aveva tralasciato delle cose.

    19. 4.5 StarsMy Mum used to tell me about this story all the time when I was a kid. But I barely remembered the detail story. All I remember until now is that my Mum used to tell me "don't ever you lie or else your nose will grow longer and longer like Pinocchio's" It's nice to read the entire story about Pinocchio and his adventures in this book. Although he was such a brat and sometimes really makes me want to slap his head because he kept doing naughty things, but this book indeed gave very good [...]

    20. Klasik hikayeyi biliyorsunuzdur. Fakat burada klasik hikayede olan sürekli yalan söylemesi ve sürekli uzayan burnu bir kaç kere değinilen konulardan yalnızca biri. Esas değinilen ise iyi bir çocuk olmak, yaramazlık yapmamak, anne babanın sözünü dinlemek. Tabi bunların yapılmadığında başına neler gelir onları da göstermek. İşte bu kitapta Pinokyo'nun yaptığı hatalar sonucunda başına gelenleri okuyoruz. Tabi sabırla ve sevgiyle onu her seferinde bağışlayan Peri be [...]

    21. على ما يبدو إنه لا يُقنعني قصة للأطفال دون أمير وأميرة :)ولكنني أحببت هذة القصة وإن كانت تحمل رسالة للصغار بأن يحرصوا على طاعة والديهم والانصات لنصائحهم إلا إنها تُوجه لنا نحن الكبار رسالة تستحق الأهتمام ألسنا نظل صغاراً في أعين والدينا فكم مرة يُحذروننا من المخادعين ولا نلب [...]

    22. Very cute version of the story! Pinocchio lies, cheats and is a bad kid but by the end of the story he learns his lesson!

    23. Απογοητευτικό,εκνευριστικό ,ενοχλητικά ηθικολογικό και διδακτικό,και γκροτέσκο.

    24. This story conceals an exceptional spíritual allegory, that is based on esoteric teachings, and contains plenty of metaphysical aspects. The 'universal' character of Pinocchio beautifully represents the fundamental human motifs of our experience as we evolve; it captures archetypal patterns and really complex themes of conscience, valour, and the search for identity, in an outstanding and yet simple narrative. Not many people are aware of the underlying meaning of this story of a wooden puppet, [...]

    25. RESEÑA SUPER COMPLETA Y ESCABROSA POR ACÁ :DLeí este libro para la universidad (¿qué a ustedes no les hacen leer cuentos de hadas en la uni? xD), y lo elegí porque era el único de la lista que no había leído ya. No lo había leído porque siempre odié la película (me daba miedo de chiquita y bueno, por ahí si la miro ahora me sigue dando un poquito jaja). Es uno de los libros más retorcidos y morbosos que leí en mi vida. Collodi en su intento desesperado de dar una lección de mora [...]

    26. Unsurprisingly this is darker and even more surreal than the cultural touchstone left in Walt's Studio's wake. Interestingly, reading this years after having been typically mesmerized by the animated version several times as a wee knee-high made me re-realize how truly dark and strange and moving the relatively far more sugar-coated technicolor Disney fare actually was. But again, this original monograph ratchets up the creepiness and, frankly, the hard-nosed bleakness quite a bit more, by compa [...]

    27. What a dick! Wavering around like a conker in the breeze, pinocchio dances about and invites at least a harsh look. But he gets more than that! Hung from the neck til dead! pushed into a coffin paraded by freakish rabbits! Have his legs plucked off! Pasted with flour! Chained up like a dog! eaten by a shark! Turned into a donkey and drowned! Starve to death! Get burnt up - more than once! - all this and more! Horrible!

    28. Spesso gli adulti sono poco curiosi riguardo quelle che vengono comunemente classificate "storie per bambini". Ma oltre alla solita morale presente in molte fiabe, ossia ascoltare i consigli degli adulti se non ci si vuole trovare nei guai, questa storia in particolare ha molto da insegnare anche a chi si ritiene cresciuto e saggio. E così gli adulti che "a lasciarli dire, tutti si metterebbero in capo di essere i nostri babbi e i nostri maestri", inciampano in una serie di grossolani errori ne [...]

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