The Last King of Scotland - Part 2, Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

Giles Foden
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Garrigan spends six years as Amin's doctor, and a lot happens during that time, but he claims that he does not blame himself for all of it. He does think of Stone and Perkins' proposition from time to time; mostly when he is called on to treat Amin, but never acts on it.

Amin is very healthy, in spite of his weight, and Garrigan cannot even detect any signs of mental disease, at least none with organic origins. He believes as he writes his account that Amin's delusions of grandeur may be common to all dictators.

Although Amin offers him a larger house, Garrigan remains in the bungalow. He sees Amin frequently, and although he has many conversations with him, in the end, he does not feel that he has really come to know him. Amin sends a letters and messages to other world leaders...

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