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The Last King of Scotland Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 25 Summary

Giles Foden
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Part 2, Chapter 25 Summary

Idi begins to confide more often in Garrigan, and calls him frequently. Garrigan is often taken away from his hospital duties to attend Amin, performing duties that had nothing to do with medicine, like briefing the journalists who reported on Amin. When Amin faces reporters, he is usually goaded into saying something outrageous. Garrigan reports on one press conference where Idi shows up in an orange jumpsuit, saying it is because he has been talking to NASA, and may be the first black man on the moon. When the journalists laugh, he protests that he is serious.

He gives opinions on a variety of issues, from Israel to Britain, to the communist countries that surround Uganda. One reporter, a woman, presses him about the killings. At first, he asks if she is married-if so, he says, her husband must have a lot of trouble with...

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