If I have a relative clause where 'she' is the subject of the relative clause, but a possessor in the main clause, should I use 'of she' or 'of her'?
Let me give an example, would I have:
The crown of she who is upstanding is gold.
The crown of her who is upstanding is gold.
(Admittedly I wouldn't ordinarily write English like this, I would rephrase the sentence, but I'm trying to produce a literal translation.)