Dotted here and there, <each tiny dot a home>, were cottages

park sang joon

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Korean
The narrator recalls his adolescence.
He took a long journey, after his young wife died of a disease.
Chapter 57 THE EMIGRANTS
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Dotted here and there on the mountain's-side, each tiny dot a home, were lonely wooden cottages, so dwarfed by the towering heights that they appeared too small for toys.
[David Copperfield by Charles Dickens]
I'd like to know if the blue clause is parenthetical.
Thank you in advance for your help.
 
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