The Last King of Scotland - Part 2, Chapter 42 Summary & Analysis

Giles Foden
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Part 2, Chapter 42 Summary

Garrigan makes his way north to the island. The headlines from the interview he gave sicken him-they imply that there is blood on his hands. When he can, he calls his sister, because he knows she will have seen those headlines, too. He reassures her that he did not do any of those things, and continues north.

He takes a car as far as the ferry to the island, and drops it off at the depot as arranged. When he gets to the island, with his clothes and provisions in plastic bags, he discovers that there is a new shop where he could have bought the food, and now there is a hotel as well.

He asks directions to the place, finding someone who knew his uncle. The bothy, which is supposed to be a one-room hut, has been expanded, there is a phone and...

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