11th paragraph of part 2 it starts with "out in the hall all by myself..."
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Part of Chief’s madness is seeing things that don’t really exist. Yet on a more elemental thoughtful manner, they do exist. This is what makes Chief such a brilliant character. He sees colours like "green slime" oozing from the pores of the doctors that speak so knowingly about the men. He sees the "frozen" light rods of a very cold institution. Chief aware of his environment on a whole different level than the others.
Are you talking about the fact that the Chief always believes himself to be in a fog, but when he alone (such as page 130) in the hallway............ everything is clear and unmarred. If so, the imagery would be Chief's feeling lost in the fog.
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest