The Last King of Scotland - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 41 Summary & Analysis

Giles Foden
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Although Garrigan is tempted to run away rather than go through the interview, he stays-he would have to get money before he could go, anyway, so he could not leave in the night. The publicist tells him that it will not be as bad as he thinks, and at first, he believes this when only three journalists show up. Their questions are pointed, however, and even though he answers them, they clearly consider him culpable.

The publicist asks for his address; when Garrigan says that he does not know it, that he has inherited a small place on an island, the publicist asks him to let him know. Garrigan contacts his sister, and asks her to send his things to the island. She wants him to stay with her, but agrees to send his belongings.

He wants to take a sleeper car on the night...

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