The Last King of Scotland - Part 2, Chapter 24 Summary & Analysis

Giles Foden
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Part 2, Chapter 24 Summary

Idi marries a fourth wife, and Garrigan is invited to the Christian service, but not to the Muslim one. The service is presided over by the archbishop, who preaches about the sanctity of marriage and the importance of putting God at the center of their lives. Idi, who is dressed in Highland dress, kilt and all, tenses at the preaching and when the archbishop instructs him to say that he will accept Christ's authority in his life. Amin will not; instead, he says that he accepts the authority of the god.

Garrigan sees Marina at the ceremony, but she will not look at him. Swanepoel is also there, sitting in front of Garrigan.

Garrigan (as narrator) provides a list of Amin's wives. This fourth one, Medina, is a light-skinned dancer who is featured as the Face of Uganda in tourist publications. This will end when...

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