Dreaming she tied him to a chair

What does it mean to be dreaming she tied him to a chair?

In a book, a writer wrote she tied her husband to a chair. (Cain, Indelicacy, p. 63) Read all about it in the book Indelicacy, by Amina Cain.

To be dreaming of tying a man or woman to a chair, usually has some connotations related to a captor restraining their victim, or a masochistic act. The restraints deploy an unfair power play.

The dreamer may like to reflect on their circumstances. Let’s pretend you are the dreamer. Now answer these questions. Are you being tied up at work or at home? Are you overwhelmed with official work or housework? These circumstances may trigger dream imagery of being tied up.

Is someone having a hold on you? The restraints (hold) can be financial, power, status, authority and etc. This dominant position can be represented in dream imagery as you being tied up.

Other forms of intangible tying up are obligations to maintain secrecy, to keep being responsible for duties and etc.

In this book, the author wrote that her character tied her husband down to his chair.

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Vitoria has Antoinette: Indelicacy (pic #4)

Of course, every novel should have the BFF (Best Friends Forever) pair. In Indelicacy, the protagonist Vitoria has Antoinette and then later, it is Dana.

Indelicacy by Amina Cain (Book review) was posted at the link. Please click on the link to see.

This quote is from Indelicacy –

“At a market we bought hot chocolate and drank it while sitting on a bench in front of the lake” (Cain, 2020, p. 10).

This is the scene of Vitoria and Antoinette, drawn from the quote.

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Indelicacy by Amina Cain (Book review)

Amina Cain wrote Indelicacy using the protagonist as the first person narrator.

The main character is like a Cinderella, who had to work in physical toil, until a rich man came to marry her and took her to his wealthy home. Now how often does this happen in real life? Rich men who crave wealth would want to marry up, marry his equal, marry a ridiculously younger woman, or marry a beautiful woman who is above his aesthetic appearance.

Vitoria’s love for writing is greater than her fondness for her husband or new found luxury living. She plans and plots her exit from her marriage. She speaks to their maid Solange and instills in her the plot to seduce her husband. Briefly, Vitoria gives away her husband to Solange. He agrees but under certain conditions which are meant to preserve his pride and dignity.

Solange may be set up to repeat the life Vitoria had when she was first married. It may not be a coincidence that another woman from the blue collar working class marries a rich man.

Vitoria gets her wishes granted when her plot works out. She leaves her husband and receives a monthly stipend from him, to maintain a modest life style.

Indelicacy is easy to read. Its the perfect kind of easy reading for women and men who want to relax with a book. Buy it.

“Out in the street, candles light every window” (Cain, 2020, p. 3)

… candles light every window (Cain, 2020, p.3)

“A bedroom with a bed and blanket” (Cain, 2020, p. 10).

Vitoria’s bedroom (Indelicacy, Cain, 2020, p. 10).

“In the kitchen, a table and two sturdy chairs” (Cain, 2020, p. 10).

This is the scene from the quote.

“In the kitchen, a table and two sturdy chairs” (Cain, 2020, p. 10).

Here is my copy of Indelicacy, by Amina Cain:

Indelicacy by Amina Cain

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