"A great read, breezy but detailed and candid, with great dialogue." —Dave Eggers
The best-selling, groundbreaking novel adapted into the Academy Award-winning Best Picture starring Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep, winner of ﬁve Academy Awards.
Published in more than ﬁfty foreign editions, Kramer vs. Kramer led to a sea change in divorce and family relations in the United States and internationally.
Kramer vs. Kramer is Ted Kramer vs. Joanna Kramer, fatherhood vs. motherhood, freedom vs. responsibility, and finally, petitioner vs. respondent, as Joanna Kramer, in a bitter custody battle, tries to take the child she abandoned away from the husband she divorced. It is also a love affair of a kind-- of a father with his little boy.
Avery Corman is the author of the memoir, My Old Neighborhood Remembered, and the novels, Kramer vs. Kramer, Oh, God! , The Bust-Out King, The Old Neighborhood, 50, Prized Possessions, The Big Hype, A Perfect Divorce, The Boyfriend from Hell. He has also written nonfiction for many publications, including numerous articles forThe New YorkTimes. He lives in Fort Lee, N.J.