Is it okay to start with a quote?
Yes, often academic writers will start a paper with a quote that pertains to the subject they are discussing. It is a great way to get your readers attention. :-)
I dont know of any rules that preclude it- it should be directly related to your paper though.
I would think that would be an excellent start.
However the rest of your paper would have to be related or relevant to the quote.
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