Moe Marjani






Parallel Universe

Podcasts & The New Yorker

The New Yorker infamous iconThe New Yorker magazine published many if not most of Gallant’s short stories dating as early as the 1950s. The New Yorker Magazine has a multiplex digital archive of their newspapers and magazines, providing easy access worldwide... Continue Reading →

Situating Gallant in Translation

Can the work really be translated? If so does it lose it’s original written meaning? Authorship? Intentions? What are the consequences of translating authors into different languages and what gets picked and what does not? These are the basic questions... Continue Reading →

Organic but not Sustainable

Sustainable agriculture is the act of producing food with little to no harm to communities and animal welfare that protects the environment as a whole and is able to last for future generations. How or to what extent are these... Continue Reading →

Anticipation for Nothing

Critical Analysis of Gallant's short story “When We Were Nearly Young”. “When We Were Nearly Young” is one of many Gallant’s short stories published in the New Yorker magazine during her time of self-imposed exile in Europe (post her Journalism... Continue Reading →

Assisted Suicide : a Controversy to Date

Critical Commentary of Gallant's Journalism  The Québécoise short-story writer, essayist, and novelist Mavis Gallant was also a journalist for the Montreal Standard from 1944 to 1950. As a reporter, she interviewed and covered various social and moral issues like biculturalism,... Continue Reading →


From youth, I find myself awakened by lunacy and failure. The human body is a really interesting figure. An eye; it defines our stance and genes in equal life that is meant to be enjoyed but not suffered. It heals... Continue Reading →

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