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This section ought to be read in conjunction with the section on Writing with a Sense of Purpose, as tone and purpose are very much related: one’s tone is defined by why one is writing and vice versa. And part of that difference is the difference in language, a difference not just in the words we use but in what we call tone. Audience One difficulty in writing for a course is that it’s hard to think of the reader of our essays as an audience. Our instructor might, in fact, be our sole reader, somebody who will pack a pile of papers into a briefcase or backpack and take them home to read on the kitchen table, correcting pen in hand.