Go forth and conquer.
- Tempest play by Shakespeare, believed to have been written in 1610–11, and may be the last play that he wrote alone.
- Story of a sorcerer Prospero, rightful Duke of Milan, who plots to restore his daughter Miranda to her rightful place using illusion and skilful manipulation.
- He conjures up a storm, the eponymous tempest
- This causes brother Antonio and King Alonso of Naples to believe they are shipwrecked and marooned on the island.
- There, his machinations show Antonio’s true lowly nature, he redeems the King, and the marriage of Miranda to Alonso’s son, Ferdinand.
Brave new world
- Aldous Huxley used this phrase for the title of his novel, and had one of the characters, John the Savage, recite Miranda’s lines in the novel.
- This phrase outside of literature class, is meant to be optimistic.
- Used to mean someone is embarking on a new challenge or adventure in his or her life.
- A world of possibility awaits.
- “It’s a brave new world. Go out into it. Go forth and conquer.”