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Additional Resources for The Last King of Scotland by Giles Foden

Giles Foden
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Further Reading

Hanson, Thor, The Impenetrable Forest, iUniverse.com, 2000.

In this photograph-filled book, Hanson tells how he lived in Uganda's Impenetrable Forest, working with local guides and trackers to develop a tourism program in the new national park.

Isegawa, Moses, Abyssinian Chronicles, Knopf, 2000.

In this Ugandan epic set during the 1960s and 1970s, Isegawa tells the story of an extended family and a divided country. Mugezi, the book's narrator, remembers how he survived life in Idi Amin's Uganda.

Maier, Karl, Into the House of the Ancestors: Inside the New Africa, John Wiley and Sons, 1997.

Maier draws on his ten years traveling throughout Africa to bring the news of Africans reviving and expanding upon their cultures' rich traditions. The book is based on hundreds of interviews and combines history with contemporary reporting.

Mutibwa, Phares, Uganda since Independence: A Story of Unfulfilled Hopes, Africa World Press, Inc., 1992.

Mutibwa has written an analysis...

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