—a literary device that involves altering the normal order of words in a sentence for emphasis, to create a dramatic effect, or to make the sentence sound more poetic.

“Yoda speak” is classic .

In ‘The Tell-Tale Heart,' Edgar Allan Poe wrote: ‘Object there was none. Passion there was none.'

In speeches and , can break the monotony of conventional sentence and convey a deeper or hidden meaning.

Use hyperbaton to add emphasis or artistic flair to your communication.