1920

February

JJ finishes ‘Nausicaa’

April

3 – 1st part of Carlo Linati’s  translation of Exiles  appears in Il Convegno
15 – translation of ‘A Memory of the Players in a Mirror at Midnight’ published in Poesia  I.1

May

4 – 2nd part of Carlo Linati’s  translation of Exiles appears in Il Convegno
18 – JJ tells Budgen that ‘Oxen of the Sun’ is finished

June

5 – 3rd part of Carlo Linati’s  translation of Exiles appears in Il Convegno

July

21 – end of exams at the Revoltella
The Joyce family leaves Trieste for Paris. Joyce would never return to Trieste.

1921

January

5 – JJ writes to Svevo in Triestine dialect, requesting notes for Ulysses he left in Trieste

1922

February

16 – Baron Ambrogio Ralli orders subscription copy (150 francs) of first edition of Ulysses; copies also apparently sent to Silvio Benco and Carlo Linati for review
22 – Francini Bruni gives his lecture on Joyce:  ‘Joyce intimo spogliato in piazza’; the pamphlet of the same title published shortly thereafter

April

1 – Silvio Benco’s review of Ulyssespublished in Benco’s newspaper La Nazione.

1924

July

Carlo Linati’s translation of Araby appears in Il Convegno, V, n. 6-7

1926

November

Carlo Linati’s translation of brief passages from Ulysses published in Il Convegno VII, n. 11-12

1927

March

8 – Svevo gives his lecture on Joyce for Il Convegno, Milan

1928

September

13 – Italo Svevo injured fatally in automobile accident

1931

September

Alberto Rossi’s translation of part of first episode of Ulysses published in Il Convegno XII, n. 9-10

1932

January

Natoli Glauco’s Italian versions of poems from Chamber Music published in Circoli, II, n. 1

1937

January

Publication of Svevo’s conference on Joyce in Il Convegno XVIII, n. 3-4

February

17 – JJ writes to Carlo Linati, asking him to obtain autographed copy of Il Fuoco from D’Annunzio

1940

February

15 – Ettore Settani’s translation of Anna Livia Plurabelle published in Prospettive, IV, 2

December

15 – Another portion of  E. Settani’s translation of Anna Livia Plurabelle published in Prospettive, IV, n. 11-12

1941

January

13 – James Joyce dies after operation for perforated ulcer in Zurich

July

First part of Stanislaus’ memoir of JJ, Ricordi di Joyce  appears in Letteratura, V, n. 3

October

Second part of Stanislaus’ Ricordi di Joyce appears in Letteratura, V, n. 4

1955

June

16 – Stanislaus dies in Trieste.