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This article is interpreted on the basis information of the parcellation, functions of parceled constructions, it’s importance in speech, features and stylistic units. It expresses such features that Parcellation is a syntactical stylistic device marked by graphic separation due to which a syntactical construction becomes formally independent. The independent form of parceled construction is conditioned by the function of creating certain emotional stylistic effect on the recipient. Additionally, such sentences enrich and make the meaning more understandable for readers. On that way, writer can use different forms of parcellation, such as: oxymoron, epiphora, anaphor, gradation, inversion, comparison, rhetorical question. All these types have different structures and meaning, but all of them are used to bring the intonational features of oral speech to the literary text.

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