Pfisters Mühle: Ein Sommerferienheft (English: Pfister's Mill: Notes From a Summer Vacation) is an 1884 novel by German author Wilhelm Raabe. A tale of economic change and environmental destruction, the story is told from the first person perspective of Ebert Pfister, who recounts how the arrival of the factory Krickerode destroyed the stream on which the mill once stood.
- Raabe, Wilhelm. Pfisters Mühle. Sämtliche Werke. Ed. Karl Hoppe. Vol. 16. Göttingen, 1957.
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