The Last King of Scotland - Part 2, Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

Giles Foden
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Part 2, Chapter 32 Summary

The morning after he delivers the stuffed animal head to the plane Swanepoel is piloting, he hears on the BBC broadcast that a small plane has gone down in flames, with the chairman of the company on board, and Frederik Swanepoel as a pilot. Although the news does not mention the package he delivered to the plane, he knows that the lion's head must have been stuffed with explosives rather than the drugs he imagined were there.

The event makes him more anxious to leave, but he also feels more trapped. Now he wonders if it were his addictive curiosity about Amin that kept him there, rather than any real obstacles.

Garrigan's taped interviews with Amin have become a ritual, and after a few months, Garrigan asks him about the plane that exploded after Garrigan delivered the lion's head. Amin responds that whites are exploding...

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