Post 2/3 discussing the stylistic devices related to syntax.
Appositive: One of the few devices we still learn by name in school, it is the use of a noun to modify or provide additional information about another noun. Commas are usually appended to each end of the appositive in a sentence.
Disjunctio: A list of different verbs (preferably alliterative) w/ similar meanings connected in successive clauses recounts the actions of a single subject.
Epiplexis: A series of aggressively posed rhetorical questions.
Hyperbaton: A certain word or idea is highlighted by the use of unorthodox word order. Best used sparingly…unless you are Yoda.