Carlo Collodi's The Adventures Of Pinocchio

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In Carlo Collodi’s “The Adventures of Pinocchio,” he writes about a carpenter, named Old Joe, who uses a piece of wood to carve a puppet. He hopes to utilize this wooden puppet and travel around the world to gain fame and fortune. At first, Old Joe’s was unaware that the puppet was created by an enchanted piece of wood. He soon figures out that the puppet is animated because it begins to talk and act like a child. Old Joe eventually calls him Pinocchio and brings him up as his son, yet, Pinocchio is disobedient. He runs away from home and begins his own adventure. Within his journey, he encounters many different individuals; however, these negative interactions create problems in Pinocchio’s life in ways he had not expect. A bucket a water was dumped on him by an old man; he was manipulated and seized of his coins by a cat and fox; and he got stuck in a trap after an attempt to steal grapes from a farmer, in which he was punished to become a watchdog. Even though Pinocchio approaches multiple conflicts because of his encounters with others, it teaches him important life lessons that will allow him to grow.
Developing a sudden desire to eat, Pinocchio goes to search for food in the middle of the night and eventually encounters an old man; however, trouble arises after meeting him.
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Since he came into trouble with the old man after asking for food and was drenched in water, Pinocchio learns he must depend on himself and work hard to satisfy his needs. In addition, he also learns not to trust others because of the fact that he was manipulated and robbed by Fox and Cat. Also, he learns that stealing is wrong after running into trouble with the farmer when he attempts to take grapes. Collectively, the lessons Pinocchio learned after running into trouble with these characters will allow him to grow as an

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