Thanks for your question.
There have been a number of famous authors who wrote about Shakespeare
from a variety of different aspects. Based on your pricing for this
question, Im afraid its not going to be an exhaustive list. Ive
also tried to give you authors that fit in the alphabetical range you
listed on your other questions.
Anthony Burgess, the author of A Clockwork Orange, wrote
Shakespeare in 1970.
The English Romantic poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, wrote and lectured
about William Shakespeare.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Samuel Clemens, the real name of author, Mark Twain, wrote a piece
about the theory that Francis Bacon was the actual author of plays
attributed to Shakespeare entitled, Is Shakespeare Dead?
Mark Twain Is Shakespeare Dead?
Scholar Harold Bloom, famous in literary criticism circles, wrote
about Shakespeare as well.
Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human
G.K. Chesterson, who wrote the famous Father Brown mysteries also
penned Chesterton on Shakespeare.
Thomas DeQuincey, a famous author who wrote "Confessions of an Opium
Eater," wrote a book called Biographies of Shakspeare, Pope, Goethe,
and Schiller, and on the political parties of modern England.
Another famous author, John Dryden, wrote about Shakespeare and based
one of his own works on Antony and Cleopatra.
Google search: Shakespeare
I was also familiar with several pieces by the above authors.
I hope this answers your question. If you need additional information,
please ask for clarification and Ill do my best to assist you.