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Raymond Evenor Lawler OBE (born 23 May 1921) is an Australian actor, dramatist, producer and director. His most notable play was his tenth, Summer of the Seventeenth Doll (1953), which had its premiere in Melbourne in 1955. The play changed the direction of Australian drama."Ray Lawler." Encyclopædia Britannica. retrieved 8 December 2006 The story of The Doll is preceded by Kid Stakes, set in 1937, when the characters of The Doll are young adults, and then Other Times, which is set in 1945 and includes most of the same characters.

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by Lawler, Ray, 1921-
Strawberry Hills, N.S.W. : Currency Press, 2001
 
 
 
 
by Lawler, Ray, 1921-
Strawberry Hills, NSW : Currency Press, 2015 , ©2015
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by Lawler, Ray, 1921-
Sydney : Currency Press, 1985, c1978
 
 
by Lawler, Ray, 1921-
London [England] ; Sydney : Angus and Robertson, 1957
 
 
by Lawler, Ray, 1921-
Sydney : Currency Press in association with Playbox Theatre Centre, Monash University, 1998
 
 
by Lawler, Ray, 1921-
Sydney : Currency Press in association with State Theatre Company of South Australia, 1996
 
 
 
 
Uniform title: Summer of the seventeenth doll. German
by Lawler, Ray, 1921-
Berlin-Grunewald : Gustav Kiepenheuer Bühnenvertriebs, c1957
 
 
by Lawler, Ray, 1921-
Strawberry Hills, N.S.W. : Currency Press, 2012
 
 
by Lawler, Ray, 1921-
[New York] : New American Library, [1959]
 
 
by Lawler, Ray, 1921-
London [England] ; Sydney : Angus and Robertson, 1957
 
 
by Lawler, Ray, 1921-
Strawberry Hills, N.S.W. : Currency Press, 2011
 
 
 
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