The superlative writer P.D.James wrote: “And those two deaths bound you and she together indissolubly for life."( P.D. James, 1971 Shroud for a nightingale.”
She used the subjective case pronoun she , which I find more esthetically pleasing, rather than the standard objective case. I was interested in knowing whether a copy editor would modify such a grammatical construction or allow the author to make that decision. I understand that many writers get into contentious disagreements with editors who want to alter their words or what might be an unorthodox grammatical punctilio. Also, the copy editor could have been remiss in performing his task, which seems unlikely.