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The Last King of Scotland Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1, Chapter 11 Summary

Giles Foden
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Part 1, Chapter 11 Summary

The chapter begins with dinner at the Merrits, with Garrigan, Sara, and Ivor. Ivor gets drunk, and Garrigan and Sara get him back to his bungalow, then Sara invites Garrigan in for a drink. Sara's bungalow is sparsely furnished, but she does have a short-wave radio. Garrigan asks about it, and she says all Israeli doctors get them with their grant, and that she can use it to call Tel Aviv to get medical advice. They sit on the sofa and talk for a while as they drink, edging closer to each other. Eventually, however, Sara sends him home, telling him he will turn into a drunk like Ivor.

A few days later, he sees a leopard on a hill above the clinic. He is terrified, but the big cat just lies down and washes its paws. Garrigan tells Sara that the way to handle...

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