Appraisal Framework has been duly acknowledged and given due importance in the works of J.R Martin and Peter White. The author has applied this framework to explore the power structure in My Feudal Lord, an autobiographical book by Tehmina Durrani. The author offers an insight into the nature of evaluative language. She explores the role that evaluative meanings play in the dissemination of ideology in negotiation of writer/reader relationship. The work addresses the issue of how major and minor characters in My Feudal Lord foregrounds interpersonal resources in negotiating poer in the existing power system. The work also focuses on the lexical choices which create a web of power relations and this appraisal analysis. It is also endeavored to find how this analysis is used to create and resist power structure. The work is also based on Bakhtin's notion that all language is in some ways dialogic. The work can be useful in guiding how the appraisal framework can be applied in textual analysis.