Hemingway and Chaplin
Screenwriter and filmmaker Abraham Polonsky discusses The Old Man and the Sea as a spiritual and psychological self-portrait of Hemingway, touching on the role of the artist and the Hemingway hero. Previously published in The Contemporary Reader 1, no. 1 (Mar. 1953).
Abraham Polonsky: Interviews
Polonsky, Abraham. “Hemingway and Chaplin.” In Abraham Polonsky: Interviews, edited by Andrew Dickos, 17-28. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2013.