Extent of Mr Woodhouse care
Written by Thérèse
(3/16/2013 7:55 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Emma, penned by bridget D
Meeting Mr Woodhouse's physical needs was not a big thing to Emma, no, with all the servants and their fortune and their estate.
But his moral wants, though not a full-time job, needed several hours per day of exhausting endeavour; fortunately supported by all their friends and particularly Mr Knightley's (who was probably the real manager of their fortune and estate) but she had the main work.