"The animal projects from a place that is not
a place, a world that is not a world.
A supplemental world that is, like the unconscious, like memory, magnetic in the
technological sense. Thus when Freud speaks of the animal's dream, it is not a simple
figure or illustration. His inability to know as such what animals dream of articulates
concretely the very mechanism of dreams. One experiences the dream as a world under
erasure: dreams mark the becoming-animal of human being." A.M. Lippit, Electric
Animal: Toward a Rhetoric of Wildlife. Minneapolis, MN. 2000. p.181.