According to the Records of the Three Kingdoms SanguozhiCao Zhi could recite the Shi JingAnalects and more than ten thousand verses worth of poems before he even turned His literary talent made him a favorite son of Cao Cao in the early stage of his life. Character and failure[ edit ] However, Cao Zhi was an impetuous man with little self-discipline. He was also a heavy drinker.
According to the Records of the Three Kingdoms SanguozhiCao Zhi could recite the Shi JingAnalects and more than ten thousand verses worth of poems before he even turned His literary talent made him a favorite son of Cao Cao in the early stage of his life.
Character and failure[ edit ] However, Cao Zhi was an impetuous man with little self-discipline.
He was also a heavy drinker. On the other hand, his elder brother Cao Pi was a shrewd man who knew how to feign emotions at the right times.
Cao Pi also enjoyed a much closer relationship to the servants and subjects around Cao Cao, and they spoke well of him. InCao Cao eventually picked Cao Pi to succeed himself.
He once rode his chariot along the road reserved for the emperor and through the front gate of the palace. This infuriated his father, who had the chariot driver executed. Having chosen a successor, Cao Cao took measures to undermine other contestants.
He did this by executing Yang Xiua chief adviser to Cao Zhi. This greatly unsettled Cao Zhi, but failed to jolt him back to his senses. On the contrary, he sank further into his drunken habits. Cao Cao named Cao Zhi to lead a relief force to the rescue, in the hope that the task would instil into the latter a sense of responsibility.
However, Cao Zhi was so drunk that he could not come forth to take the order. Cao Cao then gave up on this son. Within months, Cao Cao died.
He also sent Cao Zhi, along with the other brothers, away from the capital to a country estate exiling them into the countryside, and prohibited them from taking part in central political issues. He wrote to the second Wei emperor Cao Rui many times, seeking a position to apply his talents.
Inhe even sought a private meeting with Cao Rui to discuss politics.
However, Cao Rui probably still considered him a threat to the throne and declined all the offers. Death[ edit ] Severely depressed by the setbacks, Cao Zhi soon developed a fatal illness. Aged 41, he quickly died leaving behind instructions for a simple burial.
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