JSTOR is a good source for older full text journals in fields such as anthropology, literature (secondary sources and critiques), and political science. The collection is selective and it features many years worth of core journals that college students need for writing papers.
The AND is not a word but a computer command which tells JSTOR to give you the overlap between the two ideas of Hemingway and women.
a) JSTOR presents you with several boxes: one for your search, another for choosing a format, and a third for subjects that fit your topic. For articles about Hemingway’s women characters, choosing Articles in the format box along with Language & Literature in the Journal Selector/discipline box works well.
b) For searches with two concepts, place each of your concepts on a separate line. To search an exact phrase, put it on one line and "in quotes." Also make sure to check the small box next to Search for links to articles outside of JSTOR. This gives you more current articles
c) JSTOR arranges results by relevance.This usually puts the best articles on top. It displays references to articles in groups of twenty-five (25).
d) To see the first page of the article that includes your search words, click on its turquoise title.
e) If you want to read or skim through an entire article, click the turquoise Download PDF button. This brings up the article in a separate window ior tab..
f) To print a JSTOR article, click the Adobe Acrobat printer icon in the top bar of the Acrobat or browser PDF display.
To save JSTOR articles to read or print at home, you can: