The plot continues with a dual thrust
, with Erica pursuing knowledge of her mother and the police investigating the crimes.
Langer argues that "the sensation of being dead while alive reflects a dual thrust
of their [i.e., survivors'] present being: in chronological time they seek their future while in durational time, those isolated moments of dreadful memories do not dissipate but congeal into dense claws of tenacious consciousness.
From its beginnings with Pope Leo XIII's Rerum Novarum, modern Catholic social teaching (CST) has been marked by a dual thrust
: a critique of the vicious effects of unfettered capitalism and a rejection of socialism and totalitarianism as the alternative.
She invokes the dual thrust
of theatre and carnival (pp.
Confronted by the dual thrust
of Aguinaldo's strategy, Major General Elwell Otis reciprocated by fighting positional operations together with initiating McKinley's 'benevolent assimilation' programme within the expanding territories under US control.
The dual thrust
of this volume, to see the essays as the product of their times reflecting social reality and yet intimately linked to a long and prolific literary genre, not just Italian but also European, should commend this volume both to Italianists and also to students of European literature and to social historians.