The Last King of Scotland - Study Guide Part 1, Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

Giles Foden
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Garrigan moves into the bungalow, and in the evenings he sits on the veranda with his journal. At the clinic, he treats cases of parasitic illness and other kinds of injuries and illnesses he could not have imagined before he came to Uganda. Some can be treated successfully; some they can do nothing for. Although he has always believed he had a strong stomach, Garrigan is often nauseated at the condition of some of the patients, and by the smell of the specimens that they must analyze themselves, at night, because the specimens will not survive the trip to Kampala without refrigeration.

He becomes better acquainted with Sara, the Israeli doctor who works at the clinic, and thinks he is falling in love with her. Ivor Seabrook, another of the doctors, is an old alcoholic Englishman who specializes in tsetse fly infestations. Mrs. Merrit has...

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