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Ray Mathew lecture [sound recording]
Bib ID 5249656
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Author
Mathew, Ray, 1929-2002
 
Access Conditions Access conditions may vary. 
Description 2009- 
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Summary

Annual lecture: The Ray Mathew Lecture commenced in 2009 as a major annual event for the National Library of Australia. It is named in honour of the Australian poet and playwright, Ray Mathew (1929–2002), who left Australia in the late 1960s. Supported by the Ray Mathew and Eva Kollsman Trust.

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Recorded from October 10, 2009- [ongoing].

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Subjects Lectures and lecturing -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors National Library of Australia. Friends

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