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someone with an interest in an area, but without the knowledge or experience of a professional
  • He was saying to a somber young female who wore glasses and a low-cut evening gown: "My dear, you will never be more than a dilettante of the intellect, unless you submerge yourself in some cause greater than yourself."
    2.6 — Part 2 Chapter 6 (35% in)

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