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Lady Xu Mu 690 BC The first recorded poetess in China was Lady Xu Mu.

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Lady Xu Mu was often homesick. She lived with her husband, Count Mu, in the state of Xu, but longed for the Kingdom of Wei, where she had grown up.

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Lady Xu Mu (690 BC) was the first recorded poetess in China and a brave patriot who risked her life to help the Chinese people.

Lady Xu Mu (690 BC) was the first recorded poetess in China and a brave patriot who risked her life to help the Chinese people.

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Lady Xu Mu (690 BC) was the first recorded poetess in China and a brave patriot who risked her life to help the Chinese people.

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