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Cao Pi

Cao Pi, the second son of the politician and poet Cao Cao, was the first emperor and the real founder of the Kingdom of Wei[?] in China (see Three Kingdoms). After assuming control of the Wei thorne he attacked the Shu[?] and Wu[?] kingdoms with little results then focused on politics.

Cao Pi, like his father, was a poet. He was the brother of the poet Cao Zhi.

See also: Romance of the Three Kingdoms



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