The Last King of Scotland - Part 2, Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

Giles Foden
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Part 2, Chapter 21 Summary

In the meeting at the embassy, Perkins tells Garrigan that Amin will shortly be cracking down on the British, and he is correct. Merrit and a number of other British "expats" are expelled, although Garrigan is left alone. He continues with his duties, mostly treating Amin's children and working at the hospital. He sees Merrit before he leaves, and Merrit blames him for the collapse of the clinic.

Garrigan takes Marina on the boat trip. She is surprised when she finds that she and Garrigan are the only ones going, but does not back out. They talk about the expulsions. Perkins has told Marina that they might have to leave themselves if things get worse. She also says that Weir has been retired and sent home to Scotland. Garrigan is surprised, and Marina tells him that Weir was too enthusiastic about Amin, and...

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