For all the English grammar my teacher taught me, the element put right behind the preposition 'of' can be:
1. a noun. The leg of the desk
2. gerund leading phrase which acts as a noun: The result of giving your children anything they want.
3. gerund leading phrase which starts with possessive pronoun: The good effect of my giving you aid in time.
However, recently I read such sentence structure behind the preposition 'of', for instance,
- The spectacle of gunners using science of shatter men's body
- The result of accumulated knowledge applied to practical life
The two examples above are not in the three conditions I know about the usage of preposition 'of'.
Can anybody analyze the grammar for me?? I make the following sentences when I try to imitate the example, and please see if they are right or not.
- The consequence of the troops occupying the abandoned factory
- The finding of Gus abducted and sent to an unknown place 10 years ago