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I am trying to remember a term I once heard/read in a document -- I believe -- related to poetry and music. If not mistaken, the term was introduced by Aristotle/Plato, and it defines that: a piece of art is/has p______eia when it presents elements that work all in relation to the main theme.

p______eia is the term I am looking for. I believe it is spelled somewhat like that, but I am really not sure and would appreciate in case someone would refresh my memory.

I am trying to remember a term I once heard/read in a document -- I believe -- related to poetry and music. If not mistaken, the term was introduced by Aristotle/Plato, and it defines that: a piece of art is p______eia when it presents elements that work all in relation to the main theme.

p______eia is the term I am looking for. I believe it is spelled somewhat like that, but I am really not sure and would appreciate in case someone would refresh my memory.

I am trying to remember a term I once heard/read in a document -- I believe -- related to poetry and music. If not mistaken, the term was introduced by Aristotle/Plato, and it defines that: a piece of art is/has p______eia when it presents elements that work all in relation to the main theme.

p______eia is the term I am looking for. I believe it is spelled somewhat like that, but I am really not sure and would appreciate in case someone would refresh my memory.

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Term for cohesion/unity (in art)

I am trying to remember a term I once heard/read in a document -- I believe -- related to poetry and music. If not mistaken, the term was introduced by Aristotle/Plato, and it defines that: a piece of art is p______eia when it presents elements that work all in relation to the main theme.

p______eia is the term I am looking for. I believe it is spelled somewhat like that, but I am really not sure and would appreciate in case someone would refresh my memory.