In the rhetoric books are described the word and meaning arts with examples, in detail. These books consists of three part as Me’ani, Beyan, Bedi ve literary arts is discussed usually in Bedi part. The descriptions and classifications of literary arts is different in the rhetoric books; likewise number also seen some inconsistencies. Take place by different names of the same art in the rhetoric books is a case common. The lüzûmu mâ-lâ-yelzem is located with different name and classification in the rhetoric books. This art place finds from the first rhetoric books albeit with different names; but in the rhetoric books written under the influence of western wasn’t given any place. This art in rhetoric books is described also with names like i’nât, teşdîd, tazmîn, iltizâm. This art, in poetry and prose is repeated letter of rhyme and internal rhyme unnecessarily; that means enter undue burden. Therefore, looking at the speaking shortage is named this art i'nât. This art, in most rhetoric books lüzûmu mâ-lâ-yelzem name is described; is described in several books with the title i’nât or teşdîd. On the other hand, although very pleasant to the ear of the this art, is still said to be palatable it than the natural poetry. Namely, a effortless naturalness always is better than burdensome beauty.
Rhetoric books, bedi, lüzûmu mâ-lâ-yelzem, definition, classification.