TECHNICAL UNITY IN ANCIENT ARAB CRITICISM UNTIL THE END OF THE FOURTH CENTURY AH
The concept of artistic unity, in Ancient Arabic criticism, is achieved through the smallest unity. This is expressed through the poetic verse, which is meaningfully and rhythmically a unit that possess its own integrity. Thus, this makes it separate from the poem. However, this separation becomes a connection when it participates with other verses to build the poem. So, we may argue that this unity creates a separation on the level of the poetic line. On the other hand, it also forges connection on the level of the poem as a whole, and its causality with its neighboring verses. And through the numerous objects of the poem, the article "Unity" achieves by what was named Hosn AL kharoj to give a good connection to the point of assemblage of these objects.
Keywords: Unity of the Poetic Verse, Unity of the Arabic Poem.