Friedrich von Logau made the satirical epigram productive for German literature. His epigrams draw the reader into an I-thou relationship, and let his psyche shine through his language. He displays a genius for imagery and technique, and shows incomparable artistry with irony. He possesses the traits essential to a discriminating critic. He uses two literary forms that express every human feeling and touch every human being: the epigram and satire. Logau raised the German epigram to its highest peak. His satires reflect the world at any time in any age.