Hyperbaton | Hyperbaton-Figure of Speech


Hyperbaton | Hyperbaton-Figure of Speech

Hyperbaton-Figure of Speech

Hyperbaton | Hyperbaton-Figure of Speech

Hyperbaton | Hyperbaton-Figure of Speech

Hyperbaton is a figure of speech that consists in the inversion of the grammatical order of words in a sentence for the sake of emphasis. Examples:

  1. My days among the dead are passed. (=My days are passed among the dead.)
  2. Much have I travelled in the realms of gold. (=I have travelled much in the realms of gold.)
  3. Much have I seen and known.
  4. Immense is the impact of science in our everyday life. 0 0 0.

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N. B. The article ‘Hyperbaton | Hyperbaton-Figure of Speech originally belongs to the book ‘The Rhetoricby Menonim Menonimus.

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