We usually say:
"It is ME who killed Bill", which stresses the subject, or,
"It is HIM who you should see", which stresses the object, or,
"It is At 1972 that he dropped out. ", which stresses the adverbial;
but can we stress the predictive or the compliment? Can we say:
"It is A GIRL that I am" or
"It is A CROOK that Jim is called"?
I know they look strange, but are they correct or incorrect?