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all that "pull out" could mean

Discussion in 'Language & Culture' started by nima, Oct 8, 2018.

  1. nima

    nima Guest


    But it seems that only the more eccentric or popular artists are viewed as true artists when working with items normally discarded in the trash pile. Why can’t average people be considered artists when they pull the same items out and mold them into some form of personal art of their own creating? Maybe it’s because we all have our own pre-set ideas of what art is and isn’t, or who artists are or should be.

    (Source: Jack C. Richards, Samuela Eckstut-Didier, Strategic Reading Level 3 Student's Book)

    I've already raised another question from the same text.

    I am wondering if pull out in this context means:

    After some process done on trash or just taking them out?

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