I'm curious about a certain sentence construct that I've seen in different contexts. I'm talking about sentences in the following style:
A * doesn't a * make.
(* being a wildcard). For example:
A good camera doesn't a good photographer make.
A google search for that specific sentence construct yields several results. However, the placement of the verb at the end of the sentence seems to be a grammatical error to me.
Is this construct grammatically correct? Is it archaic? Is it derived from a famous quote? Or is it just plain wrong?