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When asked how one finds one's voice as a composer, Roberto responded that "As a student you mimic," then added, "All composers mimic.
In these lines Kamala Das makes two interconnected points: the first, that one finds one's voice by taking over a language and moulding it, seems particularly relevant to the growth of language in any culture as I mentioned earlier; the second is both more fundamental and more problematic, namely the idea that as human beings we dream in a universal non-verbal language.