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  1. Charmian met Jack London in March 1900 during a luncheon at Young's restaurant with Netta Wiley Eames, who was working on an article for the Overland Monthly on Jack London. By this time, Charmian was now working for E. Mickle and Company, one of the largest shipping firms in San Francisco. She had an assistant who reported to her.

  2. Charmian, die ‚Neue Frau‘, deren Ehe mit London offenes sexuelles Experimentieren beinhaltete, hörte nie auf, andere Männer zu treffen.“ Charmian London starb 1955 im Alter von 83 Jahren. Ihre Asche ruht neben derjenigen ihres Gatten Jack unter dem Felsen, der ihr Grab nahe bei Glen Ellen (Kalifornien) im Jack London State Historic Park markiert.

  3. Charmian London Charmian Kittredge London (November 27, 1871 – January 14, 1955 [1] ) was an American writer and the second wife of Jack London . London in 1905; photo by James E. Purdy

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    Charmian or Charmion may refer to: Charmion (1875–1949), American vaudeville trapeze artist and strongwoman. Charmion (servant to Cleopatra), one of Cleopatra's handmaids and confidantes, according to Plutarch. Charmian, the character in Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra. Charmian ( Rome character), supporting character in Rome.

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    "Clara" Charmian Kit­tredge was born to poet and writer Dayelle "Daisy" Wiley and Cal­i­for­nia hote­lier Willard "Kitt" Kit­tredge at a rail­road out­post south of Los An­ge­les. Her mother died in 1877 when Charmian was six years old. Charmian's fa­ther sent her to Oak­land, Cal­i­for­nia, where she was raised by her aunt, Ninetta "Netta" Wiley Eames and hus­band Roscoe Eames, who had no chil­dren of their own. A na­tion­ally ac­claimed writer and ed­i­tor, Netta Wiley taught Charmian at home, em­pha­siz­ing lit­er­a­ture, the fine arts, and piano. A busi­ness man­ager, Eames taught her short­hand, typ­ing and accounting. When the Eames house­hold moved to Berke­ley, Cal­i­for­nia, Charmian be­came ex­posed to lead­ers in the Arts and Crafts move­ment, which shaped her aes­thet­ics. Lec­tures given by Uni­ver­sity of Cal­i­for­nia pro­fes­sors in­tro­duced her to mod­ern lit­er­a­ture and phi­los­o­phy. She also was a part of the in­tel­lec­tual cir­cle that sur­rounded the Over­l...

    Charmian met Jack Lon­don in March 1900 dur­ing a lun­cheon at Young's restau­rant with Netta Wiley Eames, who was work­ing on an ar­ti­cle for the Over­land Monthly on Jack Lon­don. By this time, Charmian was now work­ing for E. Mickle and Com­pany, one of the largest ship­ping firms in San Fran­cisco. She had an as­sis­tant who re­ported to her. Five years younger than Charmian, Lon­don found her lit­er­ary knowl­edge im­pres­sive and ad­mired her sup­port for So­cial­ism. They met on sev­eral oc­ca­sions at Charmian's home in Berke­ley to dis­cuss lit­er­a­ture in­clud­ing the works Tess of the d'Urbervilles, The For­est Lovers, and Flood-Tide.A month later Lon­don mar­ried Eliz­a­beth "Bess" Mad­dern, with whom he had two chil­dren. Dur­ing this time Charmian began her own writ­ing ca­reer. She pub­lished non-fic­tion es­says, in­clud­ing a plea for women to quit rid­ing sidesaddle. She also be­came part of Jack's so­cial cir­cle of Bo­hemian artists and writ­ers known as The Cr...

    Jack died of ure­mia in 1916, be­queath­ing nearly his en­tire es­tate to Charmian, while leav­ing token amounts to his first wife and their children.Charmian and Jack had no chil­dren who sur­vived them. A daugh­ter, Joy, died soon after birth and sev­eral other preg­nan­cies ended in mis­car­riage. Fol­low­ing Jack's death, Charmian joined Eliza Shep­ard in sav­ing their home the Beauty Ranch. She com­pleted sales of screen­play rights with filmmakers. She also wrote pref­aces to his writ­ings that were pub­lished posthu­mously, in­clud­ing Dutch Courage and Other Stories (1922). She com­pleted his un­fin­ished novel Cherry for Cos­mopoli­tan mag­a­zine. Per­haps her most sig­nif­i­cant ac­tiv­ity to pub­li­cize Lon­don's works was trips abroad to arrange good trans­la­tions and pro­tect copyrights.As a re­sult, she en­sured his writ­ings would be­come pub­lished world­wide and spread his rep­u­ta­tion ac­cord­ingly. As part of her mar­ket­ing Lon­don's name, Charmian pub­lished T...

    Clarice Stasz. "Charmian Kittredge London".Brief biography
  5. Charmian Kittredge London (27 de noviembre de 1871-14 de enero de 1955) fue una escritora estadounidense y la segunda esposa de Jack London.

  6. Charmian Penelope Gooch (born 1965) is a British anti-corruption campaigner and activist. She is a co-founder and board member of the NGO Global Witness, where she works to uncover and fight corruption in the developing world.

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