5.0 out of 5 stars Gift. Mishio may have been crazier than a Betsybug, but man did he know how to write! Unable to add item to List. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Your email address will not be published. Currently you have JavaScript disabled. A standard Noh program consists of three plays selected from the five types so as to achieve both an artistic unity and the desired mood; invariably, a play of the fifth type is the concluding work. 5Excluded in this discussion is a close examination of Yeats's plays, for the emphasis of this paper is on a com-

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When visiting a used items shop recently in Portland I was very fortunate to come upon an authentic ornamental Noh mask. Here are five of his No plays, stunning in their contemporary nature and relevance and finally made available again for readers to enjoy.". Here are five of his No plays, stunning in their contemporary nature and relevance—and finally made available again for readers to enjoy. In the first of the two searing short dramas by Mishima performed by the Ninagawa Company under the title "Modern Noh Plays," as part of the …

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"Japanese No drama is one of the great art forms that has fascinated people throughout the world.