Bart Van Es

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Eminent scholar Bart van Es (born 7 June 1972) is an academician, tutor and lecturer at St Catherines College, University of Oxford.[1]

He is the author of such specialist critical books as Spenser's Forms of History, A Critical Companion to Spenser Studies, and, most recently, an investigation of the 'critically acclaimed' playwright Shakespeare and his relationship with the players of the King's Men, the eminent Shakespeare in Company. (His main area of criticism is on the English Poet Edmund Spenser.)

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  • Words of the Renaissance and Her Critics, Phyllis Robinson. pp.27–89, published by Wordsmith.