|Title||Още веднъж по въпроса за силно обособените части.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||1982|
|Journal||Съпоставително езикознание / Сопоставительное языкознание / Contrastive linguistics|
The strong isolation or ‘detachment’ phenomenon was described in the syntactic theory of Bulgarian half a century ago. Recently, however, this problem has again come to the fore as a subject of more extensive research. The paper reviews some concepts and ideas prevailing in the past and lays emphasis on certain unclarified and moot points. The collected linguistic material refers to the following types of strongly isolated segments or ‘parcels’: the strongly isolated parcel functioning as an attribute, the apposition parcel, the predicative parcel, the object parcel, the adverbial clause parcel, the subject parcel and the comparative parcel. When series of homogeneous or structurally similar parcels are formed in a text, they can be arbitrarily termed segment stanzas. Strong isolation or ‘detachment’ is a phenomenon characteristic of verbal sentences but it may also occur as an exception in nominal sentences.