I'm a bit confused if I can use adjective after a noun with apostrophe
I broke Jim's fragile figure. I broke fragile figure of Jim.
For example, which of these two sentences is correct?
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Yes, you can use an adjective after a possessive noun. The item that belongs to the noun with the "apostrophe
and it would be obvious that the 's at the end of Alexander's referred to day, not to terrible.
So, as Jim said in his comment, there's nothing wrong with:
although maybe you should be more careful with his fragile stuff from now on ;^)