In the Victorian era, the word "pathetic" meant "something which evokes emotions" and was used as a form praise. Nowan here, is pathetic in another sense.
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[gram-uh-ree] noun

  1. occult learning, magic. Origin: 1275–1325; Middle English gramary, from old French gramaire, meaning grammar.
  2. a fantasy webcomic by Emily Ryan about a boy press-ganged into joining a revolution. Said to be the only person in the world with free will, he might just be the most tightly controlled marionette of them all.

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Gramarye is a fantasy webcomic, currently on hold.
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