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The Last King of Scotland Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 38 Summary

Giles Foden
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Part 2, Chapter 38 Summary

Garrigan wanders through the halls of Amin's house, which is being looted, staying away from the crowds. He remembers Amin here, and imagines that it is Britain instead, and that he is Idi, present when Mary, Queen of Scots, gives birth to the son that will unite England and Scotland, or when James leaves for London to take the throne, or when Cromwell walks through the stables of the Palace. He wishes that he were somewhere else; and all the while he is walking along the corridor to Idi's bedroom.

When he reaches the bedroom, it has already been sacked. The waterbed has been punctured, and there is water everywhere. One of the few things that were not touched were the books that stood in front of the secret door to the hidden prison cells. Garrigan waits until he is sure he is alone, and...

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