Cai Wenji: Immortalizing Ancient China's Social Chaos

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Cai said, "Your highness has numerous soldiers at his service and horses in his stable. Why not save a dying man by just sending out one man on horseback to call back the order?"

Touched by her plea and the misfortunes she had encountered, Cao revoked the conviction and pardoned Cai's husband.

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Then Cao mentioned that her father used to have a large collection of classic books, which were all lost in the war. He asked her if she remembered those books.

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Cai Wenji: Immortalizing Ancient China's Social Chaos
Cai said, "Your highness has numerous soldiers at his service and horses in his stable. Why not save a dying man by just sending out one man on horseback to call back the order?"

Touched by her plea and the misfortunes she had encountered, Cao revoked the conviction and pardoned Cai's husband.

Works

Then Cao mentioned that her father used to have a large collection of classic books, which were all lost in the war. He asked her if she remembered those books.
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