That is all a cast iron pipe that goes from in the ground to in the attic
It looks like there is a broken peace of PVC in the fitting. You should be able to pick it out then use a PVC male.
It appears to be PVC above the cast iron sweep, so I would cut the sweep low and use a no-hub coupler that will fit over the cast and reduce(4 to 3) to a new PVC sweep. Can't see what is below or what kind of access you have but by just what is in sight that would be an easy and trouble-free option.
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