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This paper presents some general guidelines about the concept of reception in the literary and critical Arabic tradition. Its basic premise stems from the writers and critics awareness of the importance of the receptive public in the Arabic discourse. Thus, our concern is on the limitation of this awareness through highlighting the critic's methodological sensitivity. Despite the fact that these critics interest were not mainly concerned with the theory of reception as is the case in moderndoi:10.12785/jhs/20120101 fatcat:evbo4gl255d3jjekqltht6mcsi