Five total pages on paper of various sizes (the largest is 11 x 8.5 inches; the smallest is 9 x 6.25 inches), three on personal letterhead, including one on his wife's, Marion Seldes, all written at various times in the 1970s with one dated May 17, 1974, recipient unknown, includes the following passages: "I am sitting next to you in my imagination. If you have difficulty hearing I know the ushers will understand if you move downstairs."; "While I have you here, let me ask you a question. Do you agree that the attached excerpt from my new Viking book is an ideal piece of material for Playboy?"; "I had to stay at the theatre for an interview and thought it might be too late to call you. On the way home I stopped at Double-Day (with the interview) to get the book but it wasn%u2019t there."; "Thank you from what is left of the bottom of my heart for your kind and thoughtful message. It did what it was meant it to." Light toning on two of the letters; otherwise in very good condition.
American writer and director of films and plays.