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The minister who was speaking to reporters at the Khartoum airport said it was the first time the two parties agree that the rebel presence is a problem dissevering to be tackled.
Asia's later description of the effect of the song she hears might, I suggest, be understood as a backward glance that nudges readers to exercise their own version of Keats's "backward muttering of dissevering power.