I read a short story about four years ago and can't remember the title or author. The only thing I know is that it is relatively old--like Huxley or Asimov era. Can anyone help me?
The basic synopsis is this: a man clones himself and has his clone do the parts of his life that he doesn't enjoy. He deceives his wife about this; she doesn't know he has a clone. Whenever the man and the clone are both home, the clone is locked in the "toolbox" in the basement. The clone starts to treat the man's wife better than he had previously. His wife starts to fall in love the clone, and the man decides he needs to get rid of the clone. When he tries to do so, the clone overpowers the man and locks him in the toolbox in the basement!
I'm hoping to share this story with my English class this school year. Any help is appreciated!