In chapter 44 of The Shining, why does Grady claim not to have murdered his wife and daughters and have no recollection of Mr Ullman while talking to Jack at Derwent's party, but later says he "corrected" (murdered) them?
Jack: “Weren’t you once the caretaker here? When you … when …”
Grady: “Why no, sir. I don’t believe so.” Jack: “But your wife … your daughters …”
Grady: “My wife is helping in the kitchen, sir. The girls are asleep, of course. It’s much too late for them.”
Jack: “You were the caretaker. You—You killed them.”
Grady: “I don’t have any recollection of that at all, sir.”
Jack: “But you—”
Grady: “You’re the caretaker, sir, you’ve always been the caretaker. I should know, sir. I’ve always been here. The same manager hired us both, at the same time.
Jack: “Mr. Ullman—”
Grady: “I know no one by that name, sir.”
Jack: “But he—”
Grady: “The manager, the hotel, sir. Surely you realize who hired you, sir.”
Who is the manager if not Ullman? I'm very confused.