Victor Witter Turner, On the Edge of the Bush: Anthropology as Experience, Tucson University of Arizona Press, 1985, p. 263.

Play is the suprem bricoleur of frail transient constructions, like a caddis worm’ case or a maggie’s nest in nature. Its metamessages are composed of a potpourri of apparently incongruous elements: products of both hemisphères are justaposed and intermingled.