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To the cypress again and again" is Cyrus Cassells's poetic response to the work of Salvador Espriu, a poet whose reception has been limited by his belonging to a minority culture and his commitment to the Catalan language. In its first eight sections, the poem reads as a dramatic monologue: its author adopts Espriu's voice, successfully evoking his poetic world. In what could be considered the second part of the poem, a different poetic speaker identifiable with Cassells shares personaldoi:10.6035/languagev.2012.4.2.7 fatcat:osn7jktfyzbkda5wuud7gtufna