What does "come out of his pen" mean?
What do these phrases mean?
-- The letter has come out of his pen.
-- He did come out of his pen.
The letter has come out of his pen.
This refers to 'pen' as a writing instrument, and this is means that he has written a letter. The phrasing is a bit archaic, but it does conjure up the image of a man writing something important.
He did come out of his pen.
I'm not sure what this means, but it could be that 'pen' refers to a cage and the man has emerged from it.
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