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The Last King of Scotland Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 18 Summary

Giles Foden
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Part 2, Chapter 18 Summary

Garrigan has begun working three days a week at the main hospital in Kampala, doing some surgery (although he is a not a surgeon) and working in casualty. He meets some of the other doctors, and considers participating in one of the research projects going on, but he is enjoying life too much right now to commit time to it.

He enjoys going to clubs and bars, and runs into Swanepoel, the pilot he met on his first night in Kampala. He tells Garrigan that if he paints a red cross on the hood of his car, it will be easier to get through roadblocks, so Garrigan does.

He runs into Swanepoel again when he visits a club with Peter, one of the African doctors at the hospital. Swanepoel joins them, and they talk about the discovery of some prehistoric human remains not too far...

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