In "The Lesson of Jerzy Kosinski's Telex Machine" (Book Review, Feb. 21), Wanda Urbanska writes that Tadeusz Konwicki "was struck by the presence of a Telex machine near Kosinski's study, instantaneously dispatching book reviews and the like."
I am sorry to disappoint your readers, but--tough ticky!--what Konwicki quite likely saw during his visit to my two-room New York flat was an ordinary desk-top copying machine, as I have never owned or rented a Telex. I write on a portable non-electric typewriter, and till this day don't use a word processor. Enough said?
NEW YORK, N.Y.