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    The Pinocchio Effect

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    that Pinocchio conveys through both the lenses of universal and national views ins the idea of hedonism versus that of work ethic. In the novel, small nuances such as “when poverty shows itself, even mischievous boys understand what it means” are associated with moral lessons that make the entire novel viewed through a more universal lens (Collodi 20). Another phrase that is very poignant is whenever Pinocchio is traveling to the Land of Toys, a unique instance of foreshadowing occurs whenever…

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    Italian Laws on Pinocchio In Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi, the main character is a young marionette named Pinocchio who seems to find himself in problems all the time. One situation that instantly sticks out is the first time Pinocchio is treated like a criminal. A couple of scammers robbed Pinocchio of his four gold coins and because he allowed that to happen to him, Pinocchio was sent to jail for four months. This one example shows the gullible side of Pinocchio and the consequences of…

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    I did it just for you, although I think my thumb thanks me too because I doubt it likes feeling like it is a grandma, all wrinkled like a raisin, all the time!” I excitedly shout while showing off my thumb that has become young again. He started to laugh at the last sentence. A great big laugh. “So now your thumb has just as much energy as the rest of you?” he asked. “Yup,” I reply so proud of myself. “Does that mean that now you will hold your pencil correctly?” he joked. “Maybe I will work on…

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    Everyone should know the 1883 classic book “Pinocchio”. Later adapted into a movie in the 1940s, Pinocchio follows the story of Geppetto, a woodworker who upon seeing a falling star, wishes the puppet creation he had made would become a “real boy”. As the night fell and hours went by, the “blue fairy” grants Geppetto's wish and assigns an anthropomorphic cricket otherwise known as Jiminy Cricket, to be his conscience, the job of helping Pinocchio learn right from wrong weighing on his shoulders.…

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    The first stanza is about being surrounded by people and having to wear my mask. I have to pretend to be happy by wearing a “smile”,I said it was “etched” on my face because it sounds more forced rather than natural. This mask is persuasive it is able to distort reality with its “silver tongue” so people do not realize it is all fake. I used a simile to compare my lying to “Pinocchio”. The lies flow so naturally it almost seems real but there is always a reminder. If it weren’t for the reminder…

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    To most audiences the story of Pinocchio is a lighthearted one, filled with the adventures of a jovial puppet and his cricket conscience with the occasional unnerving scene. Yet this is not the dark and death defying tale that author Carlo Collodi originally wrote in his 1883 novel. As is the case with many Disney adaptations, the original story of Pinocchio has been erased from the public consciousness and replaced by that of the adaption. This erasure is due to the quality of the film and its…

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    without a moral steering wheel when came to making movies for people who needed to distress. Every porno he produced was to him a work of celluloid platinum. He pretty much did everything. Wrote the screenplay, composed the music, cut the editing. He wanted to revitalize story telling in porn and not just have it as random scenes of fuck. ''There has to be a story, building up tension will always created a better climax, with a plot'' was his augment to his contemporaries. One movie in…

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    The production I was involved in this semester was My Son Pinocchio. The music and lyrics were written by Stephen Schwartz and the book by David Stern. The process of putting this show together began in September with auditions and the run of the show taking place early in December. I was playing the part of a parent in the opening scene Toys and a “perfect” parent in Idilia. I also had the role of a young fox in the scene The Road. Overall this play was a great experience because it furthered…

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    The Walt Disney Company Have you ever made a wish upon a star? If you have, that may be a result of Walt Disney’s 1940 film, Pinocchio, which first introduced the idea of a world full of fantasy through wishing (Fanning 80). Disney’s new world was not easily created nor successful the first few tries, but with arduous work and dedication his goals came true. Seventy- four years later, the dreams and wishes are still being kept alive through movies, attraction parks, many types of merchandise…

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    Martin Shkreli Analysis

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    arrested Martin Shkreli looks very similar to Pinocchio! One of the most hated men in the world is finally going to put behind bars. However, I want to have some fun at his expense before that happens! Let's break down the three main differences between him and his identical twin Pinocchio! MARTIN SHKRELI FINALLY ARRESTED For anybody who has no idea who this man is, he is most famous for raising the price of a life-saving AIDS pill. He raised it 5,000 percent as much as the original price.…

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