Avery Corman’s powerful classic novel about the end of a marriage and the bond between a father and child
For Joanna and Ted Kramer, building a life in New York City is tough but full of joy thanks to their lovely little boy, Billy. Or so it seems, until one day Joanna walks out, unable to manage the burdens of family life and her own unfulfilled ambitions. Alone with Billy, Ted begins to navigate the challenges of single parenthood and forms a bond with his son that no one can break - except the courts. When Joanna suddenly resurfaces and decides she wants Billy back, Ted must fight for the right to hold on to everything he holds most dear.
Adapted as the landmark film starring Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep, Kramer vs. Kramer is an unforgettable and heartrending story of love and devotion in the wake of divorce.
©1977 Avery Corman, Inc. (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
The father figure. I like how he was taking care of his child by himself, and at the same time overcame the hardship from being laid off twice.
When he was packing the stuff for his kid...
Have seen posters about fathers' rights before, and it really sucks that mothers always get the kids regardless how the fathers love and care about their kids. Fathers' rights should be protected, too. Or else what's the point for guys to get married?
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