There is a line towards the end of a New Yorker article on Edward Albee that attributes to the playwright a certain take on the unconscious. Larissa MacFarquhar, author of the article writes:
An unconscious has its own ways and moods and thoughts, he feels, and they should be respected by its host. Albee is a union man. The unconscious does work; therefore the unconscious has rights.
p.. 77 The New Yorker, April 4, 2005
And so for day 2665