Philip makes amends in his mind that free him from his past and the hallucinations.
Philip's hallucinations persist as he begins to recover physically and mentally.
Philip's hallucinations convince him that his wife is a tramp and a thief.
The writer hallucinates more about his childhood with his mother and his novel.
A psychiatrist believes Marlow's problems stem from his childhood experiences with women.
A hospitalized writer's hallucinations cause his doctors to believe he is crazy.