When using LSTM, how can the output of the previous LSTMCell become the input of the next LSTMCell?

max_length = 20

# Sample from a category and starting letter
def sample(category, start_letter='A'):
    with torch.no_grad():  # no need to track history in sampling
        category_tensor = categoryTensor(category)
        input = inputTensor(start_letter)
        hidden = rnn.initHidden()

        output_name = start_letter

        for i in range(max_length):
            output, hidden = rnn(category_tensor, input[0], hidden)
            topv, topi = output.topk(1)
            topi = topi[0][0]
            if topi == n_letters - 1:
                letter = all_letters[topi]
                output_name += letter
            input = inputTensor(letter)

        return output_name

# Get multiple samples from one category and multiple starting letters
def samples(category, start_letters='ABC'):
    for start_letter in start_letters:
        print(sample(category, start_letter))

samples('Russian', 'RUS')

samples('German', 'GER')

samples('Spanish', 'SPA')

samples('Chinese', 'CHI')

Like this example, it can control all parts of the recursive network. However, when using LSTM directly, you cannot control the relationship between input and output before and after LSTM like this example. How can I directly use LSTM to realize an example that the name can be output by a letter?