In the book A Complete Grammar of Esperanto by Ivy Kellerman, in Lesson 59, it is said that an unemphatic pronoun very frequently precedes the verb of which it is the object. Some given examples are:
Mi volas lin vidi. - I wish to see him.
Li povos tion fari. - He will be able to do that.
Vi devus ion manĝi. - You ought to eat something.
Se li min vidus, li min savus. - If he should see me, he would save me.
They compare this with German, when they say "Ich will ihn sehen", or with French "Je veux le voir". However, throughout the book I never saw such an order in the examples of the lessons, nor in the texts. If we have:
Mi volas vidi lin. (The order that I always saw in the book)
Mi volas lin vidi. (The order explained in lesson 59)
Are both correct? If yes, which one would be regarded as standard?