Pathography



[puh-thog-ruh-fee] /pəˈθɒg rə fi/

noun, plural pathographies.
1.
a biography that focuses on the negative elements of its subject.

pathography pa·thog·ra·phy (pā-thŏg’rə-fē)
n.
The retrospective study, often by a physician, of the possible influence and effects of disease on the life and work of a historical personage or group.

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