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Raymond Frank "Ray" Mathew (14 April 192927 May 2002) was an Australian author. Mathew wrote poetry, drama, radio plays and filmscripts, short stories, novels, arts and literature criticism, and other non-fiction. He left Australia in 1960 and never returned, dying in New York where he had lived from 1968.

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by Mathew, Ray, 1929-2002
Sydney ; Designed and printed by Edwards & Shaw for the Lyre-Bird Writers and the Commonwealth Literary Fund, 1956
 
 
by Mathew, Ray, 1929-2002
Sydney : Currency Press in association with Playbox Theatre Company, Melbourne, 1985, c1961
 
 
 
by Mathew, Ray, 1929-2002
Sydney] : Designed and printed by Edwards & Shaw for the Lyre-Bird Writers, 1951
 
 
by Mathew, Ray, 1929-2002
Melbourne : Lansdowne Press, 1963
 
 
 
by Mathew, Ray, 1929-2002
St. Lucia [Qld.], University of Queensland Press [1961]
 
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