Jerzy Kosinski - Typed and handwritten letter signed on April 14, 1982, written from New York. Letter glued on a strong blue cardboard. Jerzy Kosinski, born Józef Lewinkopf on June 18, 1933, in Łódź and died on May 3, 1991, in New York, was an American writer of Polish-Jewish origin, author, among others, of The Painted Bird and Being There, the short novel from which he adapted the screenplay for the film Being There.John Barkham was an American writer of South African origin for Time, New York Times Book Review, New York World-Telegram, and New York Post who published several thousand book reviews in over half a century of work. Translation: "Dear John Barkham, Your generous analysis of PINBALL (Fort Worth Star-Telegram, March 21, 1982), which I have just received, encourages me to work on another "novel of ideas," and I am very grateful for your interest in my fiction. Condition: See photos for more details. Dimensions: 21.6 x 13.8 cm. Carefully packaged in a rigid and waterproof packaging. If you are not completely satisfied, return at my expense for Europe and at the buyer's expense for the rest of the world. Feel free to visit my shop and refine your search based on the categories that interest you. Autographed letters, old papers, antique books, photographs, engravings, stamps? We appraise and/or buy your letters, collections of letters, and antique books throughout France. Do not hesitate to contact me at. Thank you for your visit.