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used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

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lacking experience or sophistication, and the understanding that comes from them — often too trusting or optimistic
  • When she'd worked in David Henry's office she had been so young, so lonely and naive, that she imagined herself as some sort of vessel to be filled up with love.
    p. 247.3

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