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  1. The scientific name Pinocchio is an anthropomorphic dendromutant. The very concept of anthropomorphism gives Pinocchio, signs of an inanimate object, it is a living being and a fictional entity that does not possess human nature, but is endowed by the author with human qualities, physical and emotional sensations. Pinocchio can feel, experience feelings and emotions, talk, think, and perform meaningful human actions. Having no life experience and not adapted to society, Pinocchio embarks on adventurous adventures, having met with scammers who promised him a quick profit. What are the emotional experiences and thoughts in Pinocchio's head – interest and fear of the unknown, disappointment from new friends, the desire to enrich yourself, help your creator, friends, colleagues in the theater.;)

  2. Pinocchio was an ablutophobe.
    “- You saw, – grumbled Pinocchio, – she has a quirk in her head-to wash, brush her teeth! Anyone from the world will live clean.”
    He also hated crickets.

  3. The main thing in his worldview was the realization of absolute inner freedom. What kind of life did Papa Carlo offer him? A dark room, every day to school with the alphabet, poverty, at best-an apprentice organ grinder or a street musician. Pope Carlo here symbolizes absolute blind conformity. He restricts himself so much that he doesn't even know that he lives near the entrance to an empty theater. Obviously, these prospects did not suit the young man. So he tried to get away from them. After seeing the traveling theater of Karabas Barabas, he admired the idea of a free life. But after seeing the internal order (the dolls were in slavery), he became disillusioned with this theater and freed the dolls. Karabas here plays the role of a selfish authoritarian ruler who uses money and lies as tools to influence the police. Although at the same time, we depend on our viewers, in front of whom we try to look in the best light. As for money, Pinocchio was also free of it. He needed the money to realize his freedom. All the possessions he had, Papa Carlo bought him by selling his jacket. Therefore, he felt a debt that binds him, from which he must be freed by growing a money tree in the land of fools. Pinocchio's freedom from imposed stereotypes is shown when he refuses to follow Malvina's instructions (acting with the best intentions). This desire even takes the form of aggression, when Pinocchio throws a hammer at the Cricket for trying to impose his moral principles on it. With his desire for freedom, Pinocchio destroyed the existing order in the city. He became the cause of a puppet revolt against the slave owner and organized a workers ' commune in the new theater.

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