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(28.) One can easily link him to Derrick Von Beekman in the Joseph Jefferson Rip Van Winkle (1865) or Byke
in Augustin Daly's Under the Gaslight (1867), who deem exploitation of woman as a worthwhile "investment"--financially and sexually.