Syntactical SD-s, enumerate them.
Syntactical stylistic devices add logical, emotive, expressive information to the utterance regardless of lexical meanings of sentence components. There are certain structures though, whose emphasis depends not only on the arrangement of sentence members but also on the lexico-semantic aspect of the utterance. They are known as lexico-syntactical SDs.
Syntactical SDs include: sentence length, one-word sentences, punctuation, rhetorical question, parallel construction, chiasmus, stylistic inversion, suspense, detachment, ellipsis, one-member sentences (I like people. Not just empty streets and dead buildings. People. People), apokoinu constructions, break-in-the-narrative, polysyndeton, asyndeton, attachment, secondary predication constructions.