The next events passed in the darkness behind her eyelids. Eri letting go of the barrier and leaning forward. Her/She being shoved violently backward. Her/She tumbling down, ending face up on the floor.
Is she or her the correct word? Why?
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I would suggest the following revision. Note: I'm making some assumptions that might be incorrect based on context. It sounds like someone shoved her over a railing of some sort?
The next events passed into the darkness behind her eyelids. Eri let go of the barrier, leaned forward and was shoved violently backward. She tumbled down, ending face up on the floor.
The next events passed into the darkness behind her eyelids. Eri let go of the barrier and leaned forward. She was then shoved violently backward. She tumbled down, ending face up on the floor.
She is used when it's the subject of a sentence. Her is when it's the object of a sentence, or possessive.
Subject: She did something.
Object: Something was done to her.
Possessive: Her dog is small.