A Critical Discourse Analysis of V. Woolf's "Professions for Women" In terms of Huckin's Perspectives


  • Alaa Hussein Sharhan Basra University - College of Education for Human Sciences - Department of English




Critical discourse analysis, style, formation, ideologies, ID, monetary practices


There is no unified format of application in critical discourse analysis because it is a multidisciplinary discipline. Hacken deals with the text systematically from a structural point of view, as he sees that each text has its own formula and form. According to his belief, the text should be examined to include identifying its type, framing its statement, and identifying the characteristics of its phrases and sentences. The adoption of these methods helps in revealing the ideological assumptions of the text. The current research carefully examines the discursive deliberations and practices in Virginia Woolf's essay "A Letter for Women" through the linguistic features and discursive system that contribute to reshaping the question of identity and tracing the underlying ideologies. The analysis begins with a questionnaire of the type of discourse used, then moves to the stage of interpreting beliefs and experiences and interpreting them from the perspective of Hacken's framework.


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Sharhan, Alaa. “A Critical Discourse Analysis of V. Woolf’s ‘Professions for Women’ In Terms of Huckin’s Perspectives”. Kufa Journal of Arts, vol. 1, no. 48, July 2021, pp. 635-58, doi:10.36317/kaj/2021/v1.i48.547.

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