Post Mortem On Creativity – What’re The Rules?

What should become of an artist’s unplubished work after they’re dead? “One school of thought says if a composer, writer or painter does not wish certain works to be seen or heard they should destroy them; that, indeed, leaving them in existence is a tacit acceptance that they will see the light of day eventually.” And yet, seeing (or listening to) this work often leads to insight on the “official ouevre.