No One Is Coming to Save Us Themes & Motifs

Stephanie Powell Watts
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No One is Coming to Save You is a modern twist on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby.

Stephanie Powell Watts’s No One is Coming to Save You is a modern twist on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby (Gatsby hereafter). No One is Coming to Save You (No One hereafter) mirrors Gatsby is many ways, except Gatsby has a more tragic ending than No One, which has a more hopeful ending.

JJ reflects Jay Gatsby in many ways. He prefers to call himself Jay. Like Jay Gatsby, JJ has made a fortune that is symbolized by his new mansion. He hopes to impress those who did not previously believe in him with his mansion. He also hopes that the mansion will help him to secure the love of Ava, the girl he lost many years ago. JJ hopes to also win the approval...

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