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Example Question #1 : Answering Other Questions About Seventeenth And Eighteenth Century Poetry
The Japanese writer Bashō is most famous for working in what form?
Bashō is widely considered the master of the haiku form, a Japanese style of poetry that limits poems to just seventeen syllables. Bashō's work is especially famous for his use of the twist that is standard in the middle of a haiku. Bashō is considered to have set the standard for haiku with his work in the seventeenth century.