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Monologue by Amanda Andreasen Philbeck

Interviewee: 
Philbeck, Amanda Andreasen
Interviewer: 
Philbeck, Amanda
Date of Interview: 
1999-04-15
Identifier: 
LGPH0464
Subjects: 
stories and storytellers
Abstract: 
Amanda Philbeck talks about a few books she owned as a child.
Collection: 
Charlotte Narrative and Conversation Collection
Collection Description: 
Amanda Philbeck interviews Charlotteans to collect stories for a class project at UNC Charlotte.
Transcript:
AP (Amanda Andreasen Philbeck): My name is Amanda Andreasen and I'm 34 and I live here in Charlotte,North Carolina. I was originally born and raised in Dayton, Ohio and I've been down here for 18 years. I moved down here or moved down to this area when I was 16 years old when I was actually living in Rock Hill, South Carolina which is not that far from here. Ah, been in Charlotte for the past nine months. [Pause] And kind of remember some of my childhood stuff but couldn't really think of anything to talk about per se. But I did want, I found some of my old childhood books that I used to read and would be read to when I was little. Obviously I was read to first and then as I got older I would read them. Um, the first one that I've got here is called The Little Mailman of Bayberry Lane. And it's so funny because the price is still on this book. It's a hardcover little book and it was 29 cents. This book was written by unn, Ian Munn. And I used to read this one a lot. It was a lovely-.
[RECORDING PAUSED THEN RESUMED] AP: Here is another one of my stories that I had when I was little. And it was 25 cents. It is called The Runaway Pancake.
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