Pinocchio Origins Of Real Story?

Pinocchio Origins Of Real Story?:
Recent research reveals that the story written by Carlo Collodi 130 years ago on July 7, 1881 has deep roots with the real world.

According to Alessandro Vegni, a computer expert, who compared the story with historical maps, Pinocchio tale set in the Tuscan village of San Miniato Basso, which is halfway between Pisa and Florence. The original name of the village is actually a "Pinocchio."

The story of the wooden puppet Geppetto and pine, were also serialized in the children's magazine with the title La Storia Italian in un burattino (Story of a Marionette) in 1881, and later converted into a book two years later, entitled "The Adventures of Pinocchio."

Believed to be the second book, after the Bible, the earliest translated into other languages, the novel that inspired hundreds of new editions, stage drama, knick-knacks, and films such as Disney animated films.

But the latest details about the city Florentina in the story reveal new details about the work of iconic menkajubkan it.

"The name of the village (San Miniato Basso) are now given in 1924," said Vegni. "We know from historical records that the village was originally 'Pinocchio,' possibly named after the river that was near the village."

Collodi certainly know the village. His father, a famous chef, lives near the village for several years. In 1825, a year before the birth of Carlo, her father moved from Pinocchio to the Florensi to work for Marquis Lorenzo Ginori Lisci.

Vegni believe that Collodi not only visited San Miniato, but also met some people there and very likely he uses those people to inspire her characters.

"When the puppet named Geppetto, he said that he knew the whole family Pinocchio: Pinocchio's father, mother Pinocchio, Pinocchio and children. Natives San Miniato called Pinocchi or Pinocchini."

Starting from San Miniato, Vegni research shows a number of similarities with the Collodi story.

There is a "casa Il Grillo" (Cricket House), a rural building whose name may refer to Jangkring The Talking and villages Osteria Bianca (White Lodging) where there is still a Vegni pubnya believe inspired Lodging Red Shrimp in the story.

Interestingly, the Fox and the Cat who met Pinocchio seems related to two terms in the map: Rio delle Volpi (Fox River) and two houses called "Rigatti" (derived from the word "gatti" which means the cats).

Not far away, the village of La Lisca (Fish Bone) could be an inspiring story line Pinocchio swallowed by a whale.

To be sure, the names of places that play a role when the author of Pinocchio chose his pen name.

Ter l ahir with the name Carlo Lorenzini, the author uses the name Carlo Collodi as his mother's hometown name, Collodi, near Pistoia in Tuscany.

But not everyone agrees with this Vegni claim.

According to Gianni Greco from the Association of Pinocchio, Pinocchio berseting between Florence and Castello, in a small box nearby.

"This study is interesting, but I do not believe that Lorenzini inspired by San Miniato and the environment," said Greco, who has a large collection of knick-knacks Pinocchio, including the first edition.

"He spent his summer villa at Castello, her brother, and there he wrote his story. Giovanna Di Castello he met Ragionieri, a little blonde girl said denagn eyes inspire new Blue-haired fairy character," says Greco.


Pinocchio Origins Of Real Story?