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Examines punishment in Shakespeare's tragedies from the perspective of English Renaissance common law cases and theory. Argues that the portrayals are grounded in the reason of common law as embodied by the contemporary jurist Sir Edward Coke, and that his legal rationale is sufficiently different from modern conceptions that Renaissance spectators