Carlo Collodi

The Adventures of Pinocchio

The Piece of Wood That Laughed and Cried Like a Child
Master Cherry Gives the Wood Away
Geppetto Names His Puppet Pinocchio
The Talking-Cricket Scolds Pinocchio
The Flying Egg Pinocchio's Feet Burn to Cinders
Geppetto Gives His Own Breakfast to Pinocchio
Geppetto Makes Pinocchio New Feet
Pinocchio Goes To See a Puppet-Show
The Puppets Recognize Their Brother Pinocchio
Fire-Eater Sneezes and Pardons Pinocchio
Pinocchio Receives a Present of Five Gold Pieces
The Inn of the Red Craw-Fish
Pinocchio Falls Among Assassins
The Assassins Hang Pinocchio to the Big Oak
The Beautiful Child Rescues the Puppet
Pinocchio Will Not Take His Medicine
Pinocchio Again Meets the Fox and the Cat Pinocchio Is Robbed of His Money
Pinocchio Starts Back to the Fairy's House
Pinocchio Acts as Watch-dog
Pinocchio Discovers the Robbers
Pinocchio Flies to the Seashore
Pinocchio Finds the Fairy Again
Pinocchio Promises the Fairy To Be Good
The Terrible Dog-Fish
Pinocchio Is Arrested by the Gendarmes
Pinocchio Escapes Being Fried Like a Fish
He Returns to the Fairy's House
The “Land of Boobies”
Pinocchio Enjoys Five Months of Happiness
Pinocchio Turns Into a Donkey
Pinocchio Is Trained for the Circus
Pinocchio Is Swallowed by the Dog-Fish
A Happy Surprise for Pinocchio
Pinocchio at Last Ceases to Be a Puppet and Becomes a Boy
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  • MMhar citeratför 5 år sedan
    "Because puppets never grow. They are born puppets, live puppets, and die puppets.
  • MMhar citeratför 5 år sedan
    "I thought I would make a beautiful wooden puppet; but a wonderful puppet that should know how to dance, to fence, and to leap like an acroba

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