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The Last King of Scotland - Part 2, Chapter 27 Summary & Analysis

Giles Foden
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Part 2, Chapter 27 Summary

Later the same month, Garrigan takes a walk through Kampala, and ends up walking through the park next to the Imperial Hotel. Through the window, he sees a couple in the bar, and the man has his hand on the woman's knee. Garrigan runs blindly back through the city, agitated, because they are Swanepoel and Marina Perkins.

By the time he reaches his van, he has calmed down, although he is still upset. He goes through the next few days in a daze, enough so that Amin notices. Amin guesses that he is in love, and urges the doctor to take a vacation. He tells Garrigan that he knows of his interest in Marina, and that she is involved with Swanepoel instead. Garrigan is amazed, and Amin is pleased to find that his intelligence has been accurate. He gives Garrigan some advice on handling women...

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