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The Heart of Pinocchio: New Adventures of the Celebrated Little Puppet


  Produced by Melissa McDaniel and the Online DistributedProofreading Team at https://www.pgdp.net

  Transcriber's Note:

  Inconsistent hyphenation and spelling in the original document have been preserved. Obvious typographical errors have been corrected.

  Italic text is denoted by _underscores_.

  The frequent use of ellipses has been retained as printed.

  On page 19, "I had better tried" should possibly be "I had better try".

  THE HEART OF PINOCCHIO

  "BUT SMELL THIS" ... AND WHILE HE SPOKE THE RASCAL OF A PINOCCHIO TOOK IN BOTH HIS HANDS THE DISH AND HELD IT CLOSE TO STOLZ'S NOSE]

  THE HEART OF PINOCCHIO

  _New Adventures of the Celebrated Little Puppet_

  _By_

  COLLODI NIPOTE (_Paolo Lorenzini_)

  _Adapted from the Italian by_ VIRGINIA WATSON

  _With Drawings by J. R. Flanagan_

  HARPER & BROTHERS PUBLISHERS NEW YORK AND LONDON

  _The Twilight Series_

  Imaginative Stories and Fairy Tales

  Illustrated--Jackets Printed in Colors

  THE HOLLOW TREE AND DEEP WOODS BOOK. By A. B. Paine THE HOLLOW TREE SNOWED-IN BOOK. By A. B. Paine HOLLOW TREE NIGHTS AND DAYS. By A. B. Paine ALICE IN WONDERLAND. By Lewis Carroll THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS. By Lewis Carroll HOME FAIRY TALES. By Jean Mace DANISH FAIRY AND FOLK TALES. By J. Christian Bay FAVORITE FAIRY TALES. Illustrated by Peter Newell TWILIGHT LAND. By Howard Pyle THE DWARF'S TAILOR. By Zoe Dana Underhill FAIRY BOOK. By Edouard Laboulaye LAST FAIRY TALES. By Edouard Laboulaye PINOCCHIO. By Carlo Collodi THE HEART OF PINOCCHIO. By Collodi Nipote THE WATER BABIES. By Charles Kingsley

  THE HEART OF PINOCCHIO

  Copyright, 1919, by Harper & Brothers Printed in the United States of America

  CONTENTS

  CHAP. PAGE

  I. _How Pinocchio Discovered that He Had a Heart and Had Become a Real Boy_ 1

  II. _How Pinocchio Recognized the Advantages of His Wooden Body_ 22

  III. _How Pinocchio Sent a Solemn Protest to Francis Joseph to Rectify an Official Bulletin_ 33

  IV. _How Pinocchio Learned that War Changes Everything--Even the Meaning of Words_ 62

  V. _In Which Pinocchio Discovers that Sometimes When You Want to Advance You Have to Take a Step Backward_ 78

  VI. _Wherein We See Pinocchio's Heart_ 92

  VII. _How Pinocchio Came Face to Face with Our Alpine Troops_ 110

  VIII. _How Pinocchio Made Two Beasts Sing--Contrary to Nature_ 135

  IX. _How Pinocchio Complained Because He Was No Longer a Wooden Puppet_ 151

  X. _Many Deeds and Few Words_ 177

  XI. _And Now--Finished or Not Finished_ 199

  ILLUSTRATIONS

  "_But smell this_" ... _and while he spoke the rascal of a Pinocchio took in both hands the dish and held it close to Stolz's nose_ _Frontispiece_

  "_I see the suet-eaters_" _Facing page_ 36

  _He saw a rag tied to a pole waving_ " 42

  "_You beastly little creature, what game are you playing?_" " 46

  _One day he managed to capture a pig and to drag it along behind him_ " 62

  _His foot caught Cutemup right in the stomach and knocked him breathless_ " 88

  _Pinocchio did his best to get on his feet, but couldn't succeed_ " 116

  _Ciampanella, the company cook_ " 134

 
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