Sally Carrol is looking for a bigger life than the one she leads in her small-town home of Tarleton, Georgia. When she tells her friends about her engagement to a man from a Northern town, they are concerned that she is making a rash decision. But Sally claims to know what is best for her, and is intent on finding the quickest route to a more exciting life.
Fitzgerald's later story, "The Jelly-Bean," was intended as a loose follow up to "The Ice Palace," and was set in the same fictional town and referenced some of the characters introduced in "The Ice Palace."
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|Publisher: ||HarperPerennial Classics|
|Date published: || 2013|
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