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Monologue by Sachiko Ishioka

Interviewee: 
Ishioka, Sachiko
Interviewer: 
Abe, Noriko
Date of Interview: 
2002-05-01
Identifier: 
LGSA0210
Subjects: 
stories and storytellers
Abstract: 
Sachiko Ishioka tells a Halloween story from Arthur.
Collection: 
Charlotte Narrative and Conversation Collection
Collection Description: 
Noriko Abe interviews Charlotteans to collect stories for a class project at UNC Charlotte.
Transcript:
SI (Sachiko Ishioka ): Uh, one day, fu-, gomen [pause]. Arthur and his, his sister and his friend have a, had a Halloween party. They try to go to somebody's house to get some snacks. And the-, there is a old house. The old house is [pause] nobody living there. It was very old and very big. Most of people scared that house. But Arthur and h-, his sister try to go the house. He was very scared. Finally, he got, ah, house. Window was broken. There are lots of old leaf, but he tried to open the door. His friends, everybody surprise. And they were worried about him. They imagine, maybe, he and his sister will be eaten or killed by some medicine or put in jail, everybody thought. But, Arthur went to the house. Inside were very huge and there are lots of curtains. And finally, he got small house, ah, small room. There was old, ah, old grandma. She prepared his friend, ah, his sister's food, some food. She was such a nice [pause] person. And she gave them lots of snacks and kiss. And everybody, his friends, everybody surprise because she were nice grandmother, nice people.
END OF INTERVIEW
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