W. B. Yeats had a deep interest in Japanese culture, expressed most famously in his adoption of techniques from Noh theatre in plays such as At The Hawks Well and The Death of Cuchulain: "With the help of Japanese plays ... I have invented a form of drama, distinguished, indirect and, symbolic, and having no need of mob or press to pay its way – an aristocratic form ('Certain Noble Plays of Japan', 1916).
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