The Last King of Scotland - Part 1, Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

Giles Foden
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Part 1, Chapter 15 Summary

When the letter comes from the Ministry of Health offering him the job of Idi Amin's personal physician, Garrigan is miserable at Mbarara because everywhere he looks, he is reminded of Sara. Merrit is not happy that Garrigan is abandoning the clinic, but Garrigan accepts anyway. The Ministry sends a car for him, driven by a man named Barclay.

The journey is the reverse of the one Garrigan took when he went to Mbarara, passing the same towns. At one point, Barclay tells Garrigan that there is an interesting thing to see, and Garrigan agrees that they should stop. It is concrete rings with a plaque marking the equator. Barclay says that there is a place nearby to buy soft drinks, but that the owner is crazy. Garrigan does not care, so they go to the man's house, and he pulls out two dusty Cokes...

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