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Volume 18, Issue 4

July/August 2013

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The Club is a multifunctional organisation whose purpose is to meet the social, educational and personal needs of its members. The Club is designed to encourage international friendship, support and sharing.

Women’s Activity Club Winterthurerstrasse 18 8610 Uster 043 305 9250

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WAC Board of Directors

2013-2014 Good communication between the board members and the membership of the WAC is important for the continued growth and improvement of the club. If you have any concerns or questions, please feel free to contact us. President Susan Mailley-Smith Oversees and promotes the welfare and goals of the Club susanmailleysmith@yahoo.co.uk Vice President Sima Xie Liaises with the School and arbitrator in case of disputes sima_xie@hotmail.com

Editor’s Note - Carol Conzelmann Dear Readers, Welcome to our July/August double edition of the WAC on Track which is bursting with news and information, from the recent annual BBQ (which despite not going to plan showed WAC teamwork at it’s best) to Sharon’s tip for the great value ZVV Ferienpass. I’m back to my old job of editing our great newsletter, which I last did back in 2010, and it’s nice to be back working with the new WAC Board and our regular contributors. I would love to hear from any member who would like to contribute something! Here are just a few suggestions:

Secretary Swapna Patil

Birth announcements

Manages all documentation, policies and procedures; records minutes of meetings

Farewells

Favourite recipes

Treasurer Judy Burkhardt

Excursion tips

Oversees Bookkeeper, WAC accounts and all outgoing payments

Experiences of settling into Swiss life

Recommendations for good shops, restaurants, English speaking services etc….

Anything else you want to share with the WAC community

Remember, classified adverts are FREE for WAC members - so if you want to buy or sell something, send me the information

swapnadani@yahoo.com

judy_burkhardt@hotmail.com Activities Chairperson Heike Adler Responsible for the library, playgroups and long-term courses locodoro@aol.com Special Events Chairperson Louise Gooding Organises WAC special events, such as BBQ, Ha!oween and Christmas parties

louandseb@googlemail.com Marketing Chairperson Charlotte Stone Oversees marketing activities, including publications, website and advertising

So, I’ve already written far too many articles for the WAC over the past years - please, send me your stuff so you can have a break from me! Have a wonderful summer! Carol - carolcarolconzelmann@gmail.com

charlottestone@ymail.com Membership Chairperson Clare Taylor Manages WAC’s relationship with its members. Assigns volunteer resources where needed. Organises regular New Member meetings clarelisataylor@gmail.com WAC Office & Learning Tree School Office Hours Monday - Friday, 9:00-12:00 Club Office Manager Jennifer Langkjaer 043 305 9250 com@wac.ch School Director Ida Imbach 043 305 9250 LTCSchool@wac.ch

Advertising, deadlines and contributions Advertising Rates Full page Half page Quarter page

CHF 150 CHF 80 CHF 50

Classifieds adverts are FREE for members, non-members pay CHF30 WAC Notice board :one month / max. size A5 / members: free. Please contact office for further information

“WAC on Track” Deadlines and Contributions We welcome input from our members! f you have a story to share, a recommendation, a recipe or anything else, please email it to: carolconzelmann@gmail.com DEADLINE FOR SEPTEMBER 2013 ISSUE:

20 AUGUST 2013

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Vice President’s Note - Sima Xie Dear members, Our president Sue is not in Switzerland this month, so it’s my turn to take over the torch!

up it was 7pm, so all the board members worked for more than 8 hours on this Saturday! It was definitely not the best BBQ we have ever had (it was even not a BBQ at the end), but it was for sure the best event we could organize in such an emergency situation. Each and every board member helped out in any way she could. Many thanks to Louise, Swapna, Clare, Charlotte, So-Young, Annie, and all those who offered any kind of help! You are the backbone of the WAC!

The real summer has finally showed up, it’s so hot outside! Some of the parents may have realized that it’s also very warm in the classrooms. We have some heating system problems since it’s an old building. We are very sorry about the effect on our play and learning environment at the moment. We are working on a procedure to solve this problem with our landlord. Please give us some patience and time. Pamela, our Manager of Interior/Exterior, The annual BBQ was planned for June has re-organized the school yard. Now we 22nd. Our Special Events Chairperson have chairs to sit down on, a table to put Louise and her team had everything pre- things on and even flowers to appreciate! Once I was so moved to see Pamela sitting pared. But at 10am on Saturday, when we on the floor of the yard to clean colour off went to fetch the key from the Maur the ground – she really treats the WAC as Schützenhaus, we were shocked by what her own home! we found – construction work was going on Heike, our Activities Chairperson, has to everywhere! The board members met at leave this position due to work reasons. It’s the WAC as soon as possible. After search- a big loss to us! Heike has done much more ing for alternative places we decided to than her responsibilities for WAC: organized move our event to WAC. We all started many successful events and parties; helped work: calling each guest who could be with Movie nights; cleaned up the mess in reached by phone, sending emails, decorat- the storage room; dealt with the dumpsters ing the school, building up the bouncy cas- outside etc. Thanks so much for all your tle, preparing games, drinks and nibbles, work Heike (and also to your husband Stefgoing to Maur to wait for those who we an!)! couldn’t contact etc. At 2pm we started the event on time! We felt very sad that not as many people as we would have wished could attend, but I believe that everyone who joined had lots of fun! After cleaning

Luckily, Sirine has agreed to be our new Activities Chairperson. She has showed her talent and enthusiasm by organizing the First Aid Course and helping with the BBQ. We are happy to work with you Sirine! Our PTA head Kristina is moving to Malaysia with her family. It has always been her dream. We are happy for her that her dream becomes true; but we are sad to lose such a warmhearted lady with lots of energy! Thank you for all you have done for WAC, we will miss you a lot Kristina! We wish you and your family all the best in your future life! The summer holiday is coming. Please don’t forget to enrol your child for the next school year before holiday starts. Finally, I wish you all a wonderful summer holiday and enjoy the sunny days!

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SPECIAL EVENTS NEWS - LOUISE GOODING Hello to all! As most of you know, we held our annual end of year BBQ on June the 22nd. And what an event it was! Unfortunately on Saturday when we turned up to collect the key for our venue we found that there was a lot of building work going on and the space was sadly not usable for our event! So after a little bit of panic and a few phone calls to my fellow WAC board members we set to work at the WAC transforming it into a party venue and informing all the attendees of the change of plan! So did it all come together? Of course it did! Fun was had by all who attended, we managed to still have the games, bubbles, a bouncy castle, face painting, crafts, Zumba, ballet and even boys club turned out to run game of their own.

Carol Conzelman for her support throughout planning and her lovely husband for being our Micky Mouse! - Bettina Ditzen-Powers and Annie Forster for doing the fantastic crafts! - Su-Young for a lovely Ballet performance - Ana Wymann and Sirine Mignan for their great face painting! ( and again to Ana for Zumba) - Boys Club for their Hammer and Nail game - All the dads that stayed to help clear up the bouncy castle I have to say a very big thank you to a very special bunch of ladies who i am lucky enough to have on the board with me who did a super job rallying round to help reorganise the while event in 2 hours!

Everybody who attended brought their pot luck dishes along, and although we didn't have space for a BBQ we all enjoyed sharing our nibbles and treats!

Here are a few snapshots of the afternoon, If anyone has any photos they would like to share either via Facebook or to email to myself i would be very grateful!

I would like to say a few big thank you's.....

Louandseb@googlemail.com -

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From Sharon Warthmann

SHARON’S TIPS Just in time for the holidays! Yes, the sun! We are certainly hoping for wonderful warm weather for the holidays, and assuming this will in fact be the case, I did want to pass on this fantastic offer by the ZVV (train/tram system of Canton Zurich). For your kids aged 6-16 years old, you can buy a FerienPass (holiday pass) which allows them unlimited travel during the 5-week summer holidays on all trains, trams, ships, buses and 8 cable cars in the ZVV network. And that’s by far not all. It gives them free entrance into some 100 public pools (including Uster’s Dorfbadi and Seebadi, Pfäffikon, Gossau, Dübendorf, Effretikon, Badi Egg at the Greifensee - just to name a few in the WAC catchment area). And it includes free entrance into some 45 museums, AND the Zurich Zoo, also one free toboggan ride at Atzmännig etc. etc. The list is far too long to go into all the details here, but needless to say it is WELL worth the Fr. 24.- it costs. These passes can be bought at any station or any big Migros at the customer service. You will need to attach a passport photo of your child to this pass. If you want to read more, or see the very long list of free or hugely discounted activities/entrances it includes, here is the website: http://ausflugstipps.zvv.ch/zvv_ferienpass_de.cfm Have fun, and don’t exhaust yourself in the holidays with all the potential running around!

Heike Adler, Will You Marry Me? Every once in a while, a girl comes into your life who is different. When I met Heike, some 2 or 3 years ago, I was not sure what to think…. She had volunteered to be our Activities Chairperson on the WAC Board of Directors, and I was (and still am) working as the Club Office Manager. Our paths would cross often in the course of our daily tasks. Our initial meeting felt to me, a little uncomfortable. Heike was an image of reserve, and I presented the characteristic American overflow of congeniality. But over the years, I have come to have an immense respect for those very characteristics which I had first found unsettling. I also discovered that underneath her professional presentation lies a wicked sense of humour!

never asked: “Who did this?” She just fixed it. When there was a mess, Heike never said, “Who left this?” She just cleaned it. Every Friday morning, I know that Heike will be there. It is inspiring to see her. It reminds me that I am not working alone, and pushes me to be as productive as she is. I have to say that is not only Heike that brings a smile to my face. Her beautiful family is only one example of why I love my job. To hear Maxi and Pauline having a conversation just melts my heart. And they are hard workers too! I have to admit, that, on occasion, I have set them up in my mass mail assembly line. They stuffed, they stamped. Well done, Girls! Then to top off the morning, Niko comes in to show me what he made in Preschool! Who wouldn’t smile at that?

So Heike, to sum it all up, I want to say a big thank you. The work is not glamorous, and often goes unnoticed, but the I have been around the WAC in some ca- gift of your time and energy is more appacity or another for almost 10 years. It preciated than you can know. I wish you is not every day that we have a volunteer a happy and well deserved summer holiwith the generosity and unflagging ener- day, and cannot wait to see your clan gy of Heike. She has initiated new ideas, back in the Fall! planned events, run vacation programs, and cleaned more kitchens than I can Jennifer (aka: The Club Office Manager) count. When there was a problem, Heike

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LTCS News from Ida Summer is finally here! Sadly, another great school year is coming to an end. Happily, a new and exciting one is just around the corner! The teachers and I would like to say goodbye to those leaving us and we would like to thank all the parents and children for making this past school year a happy, successful one. We also say good bye to the children who have now finished our Reading & Writing Program. The last class RWVI have worked very hard for preparing for the Cambridge PET (Preliminary English Test) exam. Well done! Some of you have been with us from the Preschool and we will miss all of you! We all look forward welcoming new children and families to our school and club.

to welcome new and ‘old’ ones to her classes. The enrolments are still going on. Please give me your forms before the end of this school year. The classes are filling up but we still have some spaces available. As I said in the past, if you have a problem with our schedule or have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me. I will try to do my best to help you. We will continue to offer the lunch club on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays with Sharon who can’t wait to have fun with our Lunch Club members. Before we all go off on our summer holidays, the teachers and I would like to say a BIG Thank you to Kristina Linkomo and her PTA board and class reps! You have been a very supportive and active team.

Our Preschool teachers, Mahjabeen, Sangeeta, Heather and Kathy; Explorer teachers, Caryn and Kate; and our Reading & Writing and ESL teachers, Caryn, Yvonne, Ida, Kate, Heather are all very excited to be I would like to thank the great team we have – Jen, Liz and most especially our teaching again in August. wonderful teachers who have made the last This year we are offering a new Spielgruppe school year an exciting and fun year!! on Fridays where Loredana and Stephanie are waiting to meet all of you. Bettina, our veteran Spielgruppeleiterin is just as happy

HAVE A NICE SUMMER BREAK!

UPCOMING WAC EVENTS Sunday 30 June Weds 3 July Sunday 7 July Friday 12 July

Wellness Day Girl's Night in - Swiss Food "more than just Raclette" New Members’ Breakfast Kids Movie Night

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WAC PLAYGROUPS Zoom Zoom Zoom ! * Lots of singing and moving * Story time or theme discussion * Every Tuesday starting at 9:30-11:30 Come make some new friends! Interested? Ask Jana for more info. JanaAParkin@gmail.com

ROCKIN’ RASCALS Rockin’ Rascals welcomes kids aged 0-4 and their mom-dad-caregiver Every Thursday from 9:15-11:15 for songs, playing, crafts and snack!

Hosted by Annie Forster, Bettina Ditzen and Louise Gooding For more information please contact Louise at: louandseb@googlemail.com Disclaimer: Members, their families and guests are reminded that participation in WAC activities is entirely on their own discretion and/or risk. Neither the Women’s Activity Club nor its representatives shall be held responsible for damage, injury or loss incurred by the use of Club property or participation in club events.

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Swiss cuisine - more than just raclette! Girls’ Night In Wednesday, 3rd July, 7:30pm/8pm in the WAC Clubroom With many regional influences from the French, Italian and German cuisine - there are specific foods to almost every canton of this small country! Switzerland was/is a country of farmers and many of them high up in the Alps. Therefore most of the Swiss recipes tend to be plain, simple ... and heavy! Let's dig a little deeper and find some of the lighter summer recipes to enrich our knowledge about the country we live in. Each person brings a starter, main course or dessert plus their own drinks. Please sign up on the WAC noticeboard or via email to me Monika.Kopriwa@yahoo.com. Don't hesitate to check with me for Ideas!

RUMMAGE SALE UPDATE! Sadly we had to postpone the Rummage Sale that was planned at BBQ this year but we will be rescheduling it for the beginning of next term, most likely the last weekend in August! Please stay posted on Facebook, Twitter and checking the WAC notice board for a confirmed date and to sign up! The Rummage sale will be held at the WAC. 5chf for Members, 10chf for non Members for a table. Entry is free! Refreshments & cake will also be for sale!

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Playgroup News - Annie Forster We've been having fun making pop-up puppets, butterflies and playing with play doh for the month of May. If you would also like to make a pop-up puppet with the kids at home…

Pop-up puppet

This is nice simple craft which can be adapted to any theme for your child. What You Need:  paper/Styrofoam cup  plastic drinking straw  card  scissors  pencils  felt tip pen  tape  decorations to stick onto the cup/ puppet  paint  glue

Activity:

Draw a small character onto the card, using the pencils to colour and sticking on any embellishments. Cut out the character. Tape the character to the end of the drinking straw. Make a hole in the base of the cup big enough for the straw to fit through using scissors (we also found that a wooden skewer also worked well) Decorate the outside of the paper cup with paint/decorations to match the character/ theme. When the paint/glue is dry, push the long end of the straw through the hole in the base of the cup so that the character is hiding in the cup and the long end of the straw is poking out of the bottom of the cup. Surprise your friends with your puppet character, push the straw up and the character will pop out of the cup! Original source: www.kidspot.com.au

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Bumps and Babies Playgroup The WAC is looking for new leaders to start a Bumps and Babies Playgroup. The aim of the Bumps and Babies playgroup is for expectant mums or mums/dads with babies to meet up for a coffee/tea and a play in a relaxed environment. It's a great opportunity for you to set up something which you and your baby would like to visit! If you are interested in setting up a Bumps and Babies playgroup at the WAC, would like to register your interest to join the group or have any questions please direct your email to wac_playgroup@hotmail.com

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Business Update - Jennifer Langkjaer WAC Courses and Activities for Kids and Adults

gious!

German for Adults Sprechen Sie Deutsch? If not, maybe it’s time to make it happen. This Fall, we will be building classes for students of all levels, from brand new to adBallet for Kids vanced. Child care Miss So-Young will will be offered for those requiring it. continue to offer ballet classes three days per Boys and Girls Clubs week for children Boys and Girls ages 6 and up are invited to ages 3 and join these clubs to participate in fun advenup. This year will tures and creative pursuits with other kids have an more ad- in an English-speaking, adult-led monthly vanced group meeting. Past activities have included, hikmeeting on Moning, magic, music and singing, first aid, day afternoons, with Friday afternoon and wood-working, as well as outings and excitSaturday morning class reserved for our ing trips to parks, reserves, museums, and younger or less experienced dancers. We theater productions. look forward to the installation of a barre in the clubroom to help our dancers move to the next steps! Playgroups Our very popular parent/child playgroups will continue to welcome families with Drama for Kids young children for fun mornings of crafts, Dagmar Loubier, an music and playtime. Come hang out with experienced actress old friends and make some new ones! and teacher, will be offering a free trial course for children agMembers and non-members alike are ales 4-7, and another for ways welcome to come for a free trial of children 8- 12 in Sepany of our courses or activities. Keep up to tember. An ongoing date with what is happening through the course will be schedWAC on Track, www.wac.ch and the bulletin uled for interested board at the WAC. If you have any quesfamilies, and children tions, feel free to contact the Club Office will participate in enManager (COM) at com@wac.ch gaging activities to help them explore their imaginations and develop their selfRest up this summer, folks! It’s going to be confidence. a busy year! As the school year draws to a close, it’s time to start planning those activities for the upcoming semester. This Fall, the WAC will continue to bring a wide variety of learning and social activities for our members of all ages. Here we outline just a few of the fun goings-on . . .

Zumba The fitness craze that puts a new spring into your exercise routine is offered at the WAC weekly. No more boring treadmills! Get your heart pumping with classes led by the always energetic, Ana! The fun is conta-

Jen

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LIBRARY NEWS - JESS BACHOFEN What's new at the Library this month?

fantasy film with black comedy elements, co-written and directed by Norwegian filmmaker Tommy Wirkola and filmed in 3D. It is a continuation to the German Life of Pi Y AY ! Thank you Anouk. folk fairy tale "Hänsel and Gretel", which Pi Patel moves with his family & their was recorded by the Brothers Grimm and zoo to Canada. While en route via ship to published in 1812. The film stars Canada, a terrible storm sinks their ship. Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton in the Pi & some of the animals survive. This is title roles of a brother-and-sister duo the story of how a young man & some zoo of professional witch hunters. Famke animals befriend each other in order to Janssen stars as the deadly leader of a survive. Winner of 4 Oscars this year coven of evil witches that they seek out to including Best Director. (Drama) destroy The Impossible A family goes on vacation to Thailand & is swept up in the biggest Tsunami (Tidal Wave) in recent history. Can they survive? Can they find each other? (Drama/Action)

Iron Man 3 coming end of June When Tony Starks world is torn apart by a formidable terrorist called the Mandarin, he starts an odyssey of rebuilding and retribution.

Oz the Great and Powerful coming in Lincoln July With 12 Oscar Nominations The prequel to the Wizard of Oz. (including Best Film), Lincoln was the most How did the Wizard establish himself in Oscar nominated film for 2013 Oz? Silver Linings Playbook Cooper plays Patrick "Pat" Solitano, a man with bipolar disorder who is released Newly donatfrom a psychiatric hospital and ed films moves back in with his parents (De Niro Big Fish (2003) and Weaver). Determined to win back his estranged wife, Pat meets recentlyIn Southern Gothic widowed Tiffany Maxwell (Lawrence). She fantasy style, ditells Pat that she will help him get his wife back if he enters a dance competi- rected by Tim Burton. tion with her. The two become closer as they train and Pat, his father, and Tiffany Albert Finney examine their relationships with each plays Edward other as they cope with their disorders. Bloom, a former traveling Flight coming end of June salesman from the Southern Denzel Washington plays a pilot who United States with a gift for is able to safely land an airplane after his storytelling, now confined to plane malfunctions. At first he is regarded his deathbed. Bloom's esa hero, but later the crash investigation tranged son, a journalist finds that he was under the influence of played by Billy Crudup, atalcohol. Was he a hero or was he the tempts to mend their relationcause of the plane’s erratic flight? ship as his dying father re(Drama/Thriller) lates tall tales of his eventful Nominated for 2013 Oscar Best Actor life as a young adult. As EdAward ward dies, Will finally lets go of his anger and finishes the Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunters comstory his father has begun in a ing end of June gesture of understanding, recAmerican-German action-horror dark

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onciliation, and love. For director Tim Burton the film had personal significance. Although he had never been particularly close to his parents, he was deeply affected by their deaths in 2000 and 2002. Burton also found appeal in the story's combination of an emotional drama with exaggerated tall tales, which allowed him to tell various stories of different genre.

Hannah Montana (first season)

Friends (first season) We also have an array of new children's books. Come in and check them out (no pun intended) Have a great summer break and we will see you all in August! Jess

Also newly donated three television series: Extras (first season) : a critically acclaimed British sitcom about extras working in television and film sets and in theatre. Co-produced by the BBC and HBO and created, written, and directed by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant both of whom also star in it. Extras charts the lives of Andy Millman, his friend Maggie Jacobs and Andy's substandard agent and part-time retail employee Darren Lamb, as Millman rises to fame. Each episode has at least one guest star; a television or film celebrity (for instance Ben Stiller and Kate Winslet), who play an exaggerated and "twisted" parody of their famous public personas.

Newbery Medal and Newbery Honor Books at our WAC library! Do you know about the John Newbery Medal for children’s books? This award is given yearly by a division of the American Library Association (ALA) to the author of "the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children." The first Newbery Medal was awarded in 1922 making it the first children's book award in the world. The Newbery and the Caldecott Medals are considered the two most prestigious awards for children's literature in the United States. When the winner is announced each January, bookstores sell out, libraries order copies and teachers add the book to their lesson plans. Many bookstores and libraries have Newbery sections; popular television shows interview the winners; textbooks includes lists of Newbery winners, and many master's and doctoral theses are written about them. We have started a “Newbery Books” section in our library so that they are easy to find and check out. Come and read these excellent children’s books.

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Lunch Club A Two Hour Supervised Lunch Break for you and your kids!

Mon-Tues-Thurs-Fri 11:45-13:45 Cost: 15chf per child/per day Parents are responsible for their own child’s sack lunch. Please fill in a registration form at the WAC or see our website for more info.

ROOM RENTALS THE WAC DAY EXCURSION BOOK

For information on renting the WAC‘s facilities, please contact:

COM 043 305 9250 com@wac.ch Great rates for WAC members!

For all those excursions around Zurich and beyond, don‘t forget the WAC Excursion Book, listing great days out in and around the Zurich ar ea. Available from the office or library for just 5 SFr.

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The Readers Gone Wacky Kick Off The New Reading Year

With The Great Gatsby and A Delicious Dinner

The Readers Gone WACky will start off the new year of reading with dinner and a discussion of the Great Gatsby. This meeting will be a chance for long time, occasional and new members to relax over a fine meal, discuss a classic novel and plan meetings for the coming year.

Please join us at 19:00 on Friday, August 30th at the Triangel Restaurant in Zumikon. Contact Alice Knöpfel for more information (aknoepfel@swissonline.ch).

Bring up the Bodies By Hilary Mantel In June the Readers Gone WACky read Hilary Mantel’s Bring Up the Bodies. This historical novel is a continuation of Mantel’s award winning Wolf Hall, which is about Thomas Cromwell, King Henry VIII’s advisor, who helps annul the marriage with Katherine of Aragon so he can marry Anne Boleyn. In this second novel Cromwell sets out to get rid of Anne Boleyn, who has failed to give King Henry VIII a son, so he can marry Jane Seymour. Readers found the novel difficult to get into and needed to refer frequently to the introductory listing of names. Although the book contains superb writing passages, which are both poetic and vivid, members agreed it was not a book that compels you to read on into the night. The narrative explores political and familial relationships, as well as the state of the royal marriage, and includes several memorable scenes. The finale, a detailed description of Jane’s execution, is of course, riveting. The book club also discussed the genre of historical fiction and explored the idea that every nation has at least one item of its history which it obsessively examines. The Readers Gone WACky meetings are held on Wednesday evenings at 8 PM at the WAC (except for special events). New readers are very welcome! P lease call or email Alice Knoepfel for more information (044 912 2326 aknoepfel@swissonline.ch)

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