In part-one of “A Very English Chattel”, Shruti Jalav gives us the tale of Dayamai Chabra, an Indian woman from Varanasi in Northern India who takes up the position of domestic and housekeeper for a recently divorced lecturer. A UK expat in his mid-forties on a three-year contract to teach English Literature to the students at the nearby Banaras Hindu University.
It is not long before the unremarkable but plumply erotic thirty-something experiences a strong attraction towards her somewhat smug and pompous English employer and – to both her astonishment and delight – senses the older man has similar feelings in her regard. The nature of his attraction to her chiming in with his housekeeper’s own long-held sexual fantasies of domination and submission.
And especially when the objects commanding his sexual attention are her…
Armed with this knowledge and the possibilities open to her if she uses it cleverly, Dayamai Chabra begins to subtly insinuate herself into every facet of her employer’s life. Starting with getting access to his computer without his knowledge and using the private thoughts she discovers in his journal to manipulate and second-guess his every move.
Moves that ensure a growing dependency upon her that will lead inevitably to submission and service of the most irrevocable kind.
THIS IS PART-ONE OF THREE (Part-Two to follow shortly)
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