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Members NIS 20
Non-members NIS 25  Price includes refreshments

Talking About Books 

4.00pm Tuesday 28 November
This month, our contribution is appropriately “Balfour Declaration” related! The book choice is The Improbability of Love by Hannah Rothschild, daughter of Jacob the 4th Baron Rothschild, and great-great niece of Walter, the Declaration’s recipient. Hannah is the Chairman of Trustees of London’s National Gallery and grew up partly amidst the splendor and beauty of the Rothschilds’ sumptuous estate, Waddesdon Manor.

There’s nothing she does not know about the art world.
This wonderfully funny whodunit is a hilarious romp through the rarefied London art scene –
poking fun at the super-rich and famous who buy fabulously expensive works at auction.
A delicious satire, it deservedly won the 2016 Wodehouse Prize for Comic Fiction.

As with all our book choices, a copy is available from the Gura Family Memorial Library but you might also enjoy reading it on your iPad or Kindle.


Judy Frankel leads our Talking about Books group and you’re welcome to come whether or not you’ve read the book. There is no book club membership but please let us know if you would like to be on the Talking about Books mailing list.


COMING UP (all meetings begin at 4.00pm):
Tuesday 26 December - Stoner  - John Williams
Tuesday 30 January - Brighton Rock - Graham Green
Tuesday 27 February - Exposure - Helen Dunmore
Tuesday 24 April - The Tobacconist - Robert Seethaler
 

 

 

 

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