The Last King of Scotland - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

Giles Foden
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Shortly after this meeting, Stone, Perkins, and the rest of the British are expelled. Amin announces that he has broken the British spy ring operating in Uganda, but also expresses his affection for the Queen of England, and hopes that she will allow him to meet with Irish, Welsh, and Scottish insurgents in Great Britain.

After the British are expelled, Garrigan's journal is stolen from the bungalow. He assumes that Amin is behind it, and is terrified but not surprised when Amin summons him the next night. When he arrives, Amin greets him pleasantly, but then accuses him of betrayal, and pulls a gun on him. Garrigan pleads for his life, and then Amin laughs and says that he will not kill someone like Garrigan.

He accuses Garrigan of conspiring against Amin with others-Weir has told him that Stone and Perkins have asked Garrigan to...

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