My Favorite Quotes
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 Carlo Collodi - “How ridiculous I was as a Marionette And how happy I am, now that I have become a real boy”
 Carlo Collodi - “How it happened that Mastro Cherry, carpenter, found a piece of wood that wept and laughed like a child.”
 Carlo Collodi - “Fancy the happiness of Pinocchio on finding himself free Without saying yes or no, he fled from the city and set out on the road that was to take him back to the house of the lovely Fairy.”
 Carlo Collodi - “At such a loving invitation, Pinocchio, with one leap from the back of the orchestra, found himself in the front rows. With another leap, he was on the orchestra leader's head. With a third, he landed on the stage.”
 Carlo Collodi - “Pinocchio, spurred on by the hope of finding his father and of being in time to save him, swam all night long.”
 Carlo Collodi - “When poverty shows itself, even mischievous boys understand what it means.”
 Carlo Collodi - “A thousand woodpeckers flew in through the window and settled themselves on Pinocchio's nose.”
 Carlo Collodi - “A boy's appetite grows very fast, and in a few moments the queer, empty feeling had become hunger, and the hunger grew bigger and bigger, until soon he was as ravenous as a bear.”
 Carlo Collodi - “What was his surprise and his joy when, on looking himself over, he saw that he was no longer a Marionette, but that he had become a real live boy”
 Carlo Collodi - “Once upon a time there was a piece of wood. It was not an expensive piece of wood. Far from it. Just a common block of firewood, one of those thick, solid logs that are put on the fire in winter to make cold rooms cozy and warm.”
 Carlo Collodi - “The story of Pinocchio and the Talking Cricket, in which one sees that bad children do not like to be corrected by those who know more than they do.”
 Carlo Collodi - “You must know that the Marionette, even from his birth, had very small ears, so small indeed that to the naked eye they could hardly be seen.”