The Last King of Scotland - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 37 Summary & Analysis

Giles Foden
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Garrigan goes down into the city late in the day, exhausted, wearing a pair of clean scrubs, since his own clothes are too ragged and filthy to wear. He doesn't have anywhere to go. Paterson has offered him a room, but not with enthusiasm, and Garrigan knows that he can't stay there for long.

Amin has broadcast an address earlier in the day, in which he denounces reports that Kampala had fallen, and says that he is safe in a comfortable place. He admits that Tanzanians and its friends-all Zionists-have attacked the country, killing many civilians and destroying the hospital in Kampala. The doctors and nurses at the hospital are surprised and amused to hear this-the hospital actually escaped most of the fighting. There are more rumors about Amin's location- one says that Amin hopped on a helicopter at the State House just as it...

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