The Last King of Scotland - Study Guide Part 1, Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Giles Foden
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Garrigan's life goes more smoothly for a few months. He and Sara are still spending time together, and he teaches interns they have taken on at the clinic. He hears on the BBC one night that Israel is in a declared state of emergency and tells Sara. She tells him that Israel is always in a state of emergency.

He thinks he has an ear infection, but Sara finally looks at it and finds that it is just plugged up. She cleans out the canal, and he can hear very clearly now. One morning, he wakes up to hear her on the radio, speaking Hebrew. He asks her who she is talking to, and she tells him she was asking Tel Aviv for a raise, but she appears to be troubled.

In September, Garrigan goes "on tour" to outlying areas by himself, because...

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