Written by Thérèse
(3/18/2013 9:30 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Emma, penned by bridget D
Yes for the tastes of Mr Woodhouse by the time of the novel.
But he is not supposed to have always been that point frail, has even been... married, yes, yes!
And by this time, would he have been so very rich, he would have had a house in London, though going little there after his wife's death, house in which Isabella would have settled after her marriage. And Isabella living in a new development, means that she is not living in a house that was belonging to the family.