Let's begin, pardon the redundancy, with Genesis.
Genesis is the story of the creation of the world from the point of view, interestingly enough, of
Zygomnesis suggests that the teller of the story is also the object of the story and that this "macro
event" (the creation of the world) is, in all actuality, a "micro event," i.e., the teller's "experience" of his own
author has mistaken the smallest event in the universe for the largest.