Human beings create their own destruction: Critical discourse analysis of Once Upon a Time by Nadine Gordimer

Muhammad Zohaib Khalil, Muhammad Ehsan, Khalid Mehmood, Hina Zainab, Farwa Azam

Abstract


The prezzie study is a Critical Discourse Analysis of Nadine Gordimer’s short story “Once Upon a Time”. The idea is to spotlight that is in Nadine Gordimer’s mind how human beings create their own destruction. Gordimer’s work is full of racial discrimination and social insecurity in the people of the South-African society and this insecurity and racial discrimination show how insecure they people are. The study is the scrutiny of Ruth Wodak Model. Research explores the human race is responsible for creating its own devastation. Moreover, the study tells us how we prepare ourselves in the danger of insecurity and how we can prevent ourselves in such circumstances. 


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