Watch the video and write a story that you found a thing. You may choose a topic that is very personal or may choose to write about something that everyone has found like a penny.
This is a video released by Simon & Schuster, the publisher of Requiem for a Paper Bag. It features Davy Rothbart, the editor, and he provides his explanation of Found and his idea for Requiem for a Paper Bag.
You may want to play around on this website to help you formulate sensory details for the description of the found object you are writing about in your essay 1.
If you need an object or note to create a topic for your essay, you might want to search Found’s website. Some of the essays in Requiem for a Paper Bag are based on objects other people found and creating a story about the object and/or who it might belong to. Some essays are even from the object’s point of view.
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