Would the use of the preposition "of" in the middle of the following sentence (I imagine I'm using the passive voice for emphasis) be acceptable?
That's the only way you know X (of) because you're not familiarized with Y
where X is the noun/pronoun, and Y would be the rest of the sentence.
I do understand that in many cases, usage of "of" would not be necessary and the sentence would just be valid (that's why I wrote the preposition between parentheses), however when used as a figure of speech or for dramatic purposes/emphasis, like in:
The only way you know me of is through violence
As in, the only way you got to know about "me", or so that "me" in the sentence was only heard "through violence". Would that be correct? Thank you!