Eternal Fragrance (Persian: یکشنبه آخر‎, "Last Sunday") is a book written by Masoumeh Ramhormozi about the Iran–Iraq war (1980–88). Masoumeh, who was 14 at the time, was a social worker in a field hospital during the war. The English translation of The Last Sunday, titled Eternal Fragrance, was launched at the 66th Frankfurt Book Fair. This book discusses some of the roles of Iranian women who participated in the Iran-Iraq war. Eternal Fragrance was ranked the second book in the 9th of the year awards.

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  • Eternal Fragrance (Persian: یکشنبه آخر‎, "Last Sunday") is a book written by Masoumeh Ramhormozi about the Iran–Iraq war (1980–88). Masoumeh, who was 14 at the time, was a social worker in a field hospital during the war. The English translation of The Last Sunday, titled Eternal Fragrance, was launched at the 66th Frankfurt Book Fair. This book discusses some of the roles of Iranian women who participated in the Iran-Iraq war. Eternal Fragrance was ranked the second book in the 9th of the year awards. According to critics, Eternal Fragrance is the most effective memoir of the Iran–Iraq war. It is one of the first published works about the Iranian women's roles during this period, which paved the way for the publication of similar works. The original book was translated into English by . (en)
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  • Eternal Fragrance (Persian: یکشنبه آخر‎, "Last Sunday") is a book written by Masoumeh Ramhormozi about the Iran–Iraq war (1980–88). Masoumeh, who was 14 at the time, was a social worker in a field hospital during the war. The English translation of The Last Sunday, titled Eternal Fragrance, was launched at the 66th Frankfurt Book Fair. This book discusses some of the roles of Iranian women who participated in the Iran-Iraq war. Eternal Fragrance was ranked the second book in the 9th of the year awards. (en)
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