This study discusses Isabel Allende’s The House of Spirit in relation to the notion of disciplinary power. The House of the Spirit explores the amalgamation of diverse social groupings and their collective pursuit of dominance. The novel’s actions and motifs are influenced by a class system that is characterized by a division into two distinct groups. One group consists of the white, educated elite of European descent who hold positions of power in politics, business, and administration. This qualitative research employs Foucault’s notion of disciplinary power refers to a specific form of power used by those in positions of authority over their subordinates, with the aim of influencing and regulating their behavior according to their own desires. The study concludes that power moves from different institutions to daily life and affects with routine and pattern of life on large scales. It has also discovered that power is common issue and debate of daily life Latin America. There are number of events and incidents in Latin American society portrayed in the selected novel which are changed, molded and regularized on the basis of power.