Answered By: GMercyU Librarian
Last Updated: Apr 27, 2016     Views: 3

Since your professor recommended JSTOR, here are some tips for searching in that database. Type "Katherine Mansfield" in the first search box, and "The Fly" in the second, to find all the content that discusses both of them. Before you click Search, make sure the box is checked next to "Include only content I can access." That will make sure that you can download the full PDF of all the articles that show up in your results. To read the first page of an article, click on the title. To read, save and print the full article, click Download PDF.

You should also try searching the Literary Reference Center Plus and the MLA Bibliography databases, which are listed just above JSTOR in the list of databases on the library webpage. A quick search in both of them just now found some articles that will be useful to you. Just like in JSTOR, you'll have more than more search box, and you can enter "Katherine Mansfield" in one and "The Fly" in the other. Click on a title to read an abstract of the article, and click Full Text PDF to download it in full.

Please ask the librarians at the Reference Desk or give us a call at 215-646-7300 ext. 21484 if you have any questions.

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