The Last King of Scotland - Part 1, Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Giles Foden
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Part 1, Chapter 10 Summary

Garrigan's life at Mbarara has become boring to him, but then Idi Amin comes to visit, which is a big event. Garrigan attends the appearance with Sara, who takes careful notes. When Garrigan asks her why, she says she is just interested. Garrigan as narrator wonders how he could have been so naive. Garrigan describes Amin as having a sort of charisma that keeps the attention of his audience riveted on him. Amin talks about the importance of doing one's duty and working hard, warning that if they don't make some progress in Uganda, the white man may take over again. The citizens must be the doctors of Uganda, making sure that the country remains healthy.

Waziri tells Garrigan that he should not have gone to hear Idi, because seeing white faces in the audience will encourage him, but he still wants to hear what...

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