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Mohamed presents a lucid exegesis of the complex ways in which text can serve to unite reader and writer. But on second glance, it is entirely right: Mohamed aims for a critique of current skepticism of anti-foundationalist philosophers through readings of Milton, and his highly original book offers critical reflection on both Milton and the theorists.
This is, indeed, a captivatingly eclectic little book, engaging maturely with contemporary issues relevant to the humanities by way of Milton, and it has wide implications beyond Milton studies. Mohamed has written about this question before, and he expands on his views here. Mohamed's analysis here is subtle and strong.