F. S. Fitzgerald was an American writer, whose works illustrate the Jazz Age. A collection of incredible short stories Tales of the Jazz Age III brings to vivid life the dazzling excesses, stunning contrasts, and simmering unrest of a glittering era. The familiar themes of aspiration and social satire already permeate his writing. For example, The Ice Palace features a Southern belle whose marriage to a Northerner finds her confronted with a cultural clash between tradition and modernity. The volume also containing The Offshore Pirate, Head and Shoulders and The Cut—Glass Bowl.