The Last King of Scotland - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

Giles Foden
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After Sara's phone call, Garrigan's nerves go to pieces again. He realizes that she had been a spy when he knew her, and wonders if he was just a cover. Combined with what he had seen in prison, he is a wreck.

Things in Kampala in general, and the hospital in particular, are deteriorating. They run out of water one day and cannot flush toilets or sterilize anything. The water company can do nothing about it; they only get water again when an oil company provides a tanker it has flushed of oil to deliver water from Lake Victoria on a regular basis. Other supplies are also scarce, and equipment needed for medical disappears. There are shortages all over the country-banana farmers will no longer grow more than they needed to feed their own families, and coffee and sugar cane, the cash crops, are also...

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