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The Last King of Scotland Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2, Chapter 40 Summary

Giles Foden
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Part 2, Chapter 40 Summary

Garrigan borrows a Land Rover, saying that the hospital needs it, and drives to the end of the tunnel to wait for Idi, but he does not appear. Garrigan drives around for a while; he cannot return to the State House, and he can think of nowhere to go. He finds himself at a deserted village by the lake that has been mostly destroyed, and realizes that it is where he took the boat trip with Marina Perkins. He finds a boat and goes out on the lake, then crosses it to Kenya, feeling free for the first time in years.

He injures himself getting onto the dock, and when he is seen, apparently deranged, in odd clothes, the police are called. Garrigan finds himself in the custody of the Nairobi police, charged with blowing up a small plane, the one piloted by Swanepoel.

Garrigan...

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