The Last King of Scotland - Study Guide Part 1, Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

Giles Foden
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Once Sara is gone, Garrigan reports that his ears get worse, and this time he believes that is an infection. This is about the same time that Idi Amin begins to fascinate Garrigan. When Amin claims to be the last rightful king of Scotland on the radio, Garrigan has a wild thought that there is a special meaning there for him, since he is a Scot.

Now the novel returns to the story of Idi's crash in the Maserati, this time in more detail. Soldiers come to get him at the bungalow, and he is taken to the place where Idi is lying on the ground, cursing in Swahili. Garrigan is awed by Idi's size, but also by his presence; he feels that Idi could be a character from a Greek myth, even though he smelled of beer and sweat.

He checks Idi for broken...

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