Could you explain the difference between to draw and to pull to remember forever? I read about their difference, but I can not remember firmly. They appear in the text of the book often and alternately. I have even found a short sentence with both of them. Do they use that there was no tautology or they bring different meanings?
She found herself looking directly into one of his eyes, a great, amber cat's eye, the dark mandala of the pupil, opening, compelling, beckoning. She was drawn towards the oval, was pulled into it, was through it.
A Wind in the Door by Madeleine L'Engle