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The Last King of Scotland Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 17 Summary

Giles Foden
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Part 2, Chapter 17 Summary

Garrigan does not see Amin again for a month after the state dinner. One day he goes to the pool at a big hotel in the city-non-guests can pay a small monthly fee to use it. Marina Perkins, the wife of the British ambassador, is there, sunning herself on a lounger. They talk for a while-she is bored, and restricted by her husband's position, but she is unable to do many things on her own-and she tells Garrigan that even talking to him at the pool was something she should not do.

As they talk, Garrigan notices that some of the attendants around the pool are paying close attention to their conversation. After Mrs. Perkins leaves, Garrigan swims again, but when he gets out, he realizes that several Ugandans, including soldiers, had taken the loungers. Wasswa is also there, and he calls Garrigan over to...

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