In this dumb example:
— I can hardly find a good example, he said.
— I know, she answered, I can hardly find one too.
What do you call the bold parts of the sentences, which describe how the character is speaking?
I've found many questions/answers about the use of a comma before a quotation, nothing related to the name of the part of the sentence introduced by a comma after a quotation, especially inside a dialog.
If I translate the french word for this in english, it should be a parenthetical element. But in all I've read so far, parenthetical elements never appear in dialogs (I mean in the construction of the dialog, since a character can pronounce a sentence with a parenthetical element, that's not the question).
EDIT: The french word is incise. Sorry I forgot...