Summary: 3.1.165-280 : Mark Antony and he was debating whether to trust them and become friends or alliances. How Antony sees Cassius and Brutus as murders.
Archaic dictation : 3.1.228 : “And this indeed, O world, the heart of thee.” Because he didn’t have to mention O world because it was saying “o world” having to have the perspective of the world.
Metaphor: 3.1.250 “and am, moreover, suitor that I may produce his body to the masterpiece.” This is s metaphor because it is talking about how he is a suitor that makes suits as if he needs to give it to Caesar.
Parenthetical Phrase: 3.1.207 : “though last, not least inlove, yours, good..” This is parenthetical phrase because it is stating last to love, but his love is good.
Inverted Syntax : 3.1.269 : “ take you Caesar’s body.” It would turn into you take Caesar’s body