People at Nook! Listen carefully! English, French, and German, and a number of other European languages are partly derived from Greek! We all use words derived from Greek words every day! You cannot afford to let any Greek characters, with or without accent marks, display incorrectly!
For example, if in an English text the etymology or derivation of an English word is discussed it may well be that its root is Greek, and thus the Greek root-word will be given! It must then, surely, appear perfectly on the Nook. If not, then the Nook really is below par. But this is what's happening. Every Greek word has a stress mark over one of the letters, and at the moment the Nook can't handle such stressed letters.
Before you attend to anything else on the Nook, you need to sort out this fundamental problem. Research this issue thoroughly. Many Greek characters appear correctly, but, remember, in every Greek word one character is always accented, to show the correct syllable to be stressed. The Nook has got to handle this!
At the moment the Nook can handle every Greek letter in a word except the letter that is accented. The Nook thus replaces that letter with a question mark.
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