Relative connector 'what' and preposition 'through'

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Hello everybody,

I'm an English student at a German university and I've got a question concerning the use of the relative connector 'what' and the preposition 'through'. I wrote a seminar paper on Shakespeare's Much Ado about Nothing and my lecturer didn't like the use of the relative connector 'what' to refer to whole phrases and the use of 'through'. Here are three examples:

In doing so, Beatrice places herself in the centre of a discussion about her own future with or without a...

Relative connector 'what' and preposition 'through'