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    set the context?

    Can one say "set the context of a paper"? For example, "in order to set the context of the paper, the first chapter discusses...

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    Thumbs up Re: set the context?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasmin165 View Post
    Can one say "set the context of a paper"? For example, "in order to set the context of the paper, the first chapter discusses...

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    You could use that, it wouldn't really be wrong. However, set the tone might be better. Both would mean that you are providing background, mood and so on, to the reader.

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