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Historically, Burmese art was based on Buddhist or Hindu cosmology and myths.

There are several regional styles of Buddha images, each with certain distinctive characteristics.

For example, the Mandalay style, which developed in the late 1800s, consists of an oval-shaped Buddha with realistic features, including naturally curved eyebrows, smaller but still prominent ears, and a draping robe.

Popular novels have similar themes to Western novels, often involving adventure, espionage, detective work, and romance.Many writers also translate Western novels, especially those of Arthur Hailey and Harold Robbins.The flourishing translation sector is the result of the Burmese government, which did not sign the Universal Copyright Convention Agreement, which would have forced Burmese writers to pay royalties to the original writers.Short stories, often published in magazines, also enjoy tremendous popularity.They often deal with everyday life and have political messages (such as subtle criticisms of the capitalist system), partly because unlike novels, short stories are not censored by the Press Scrutiny Board.Poetry is also a popular genre today, as it was during the monarchical times, but unlike novels and other works, which use literary Burmese, poetry uses vernacular rather than literary Burmese.

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