My monograph Henry James’s Style of Retrospect: Late Personal Writings, 1890-1915 was published by Oxford University Press in 2016. The book examines the changes James’s style underwent in the last twenty-five years of his writing life, as his focus gradually turned from the fictional observation of contemporary manners to biographical commemoration and autobiographical reminiscence. Closely analysing James’s style across a remarkable sequence of non-fictional works – the ‘late personal writings’ of my title: commemorative essays and obituary tributes, textual revisions and accounts of revisiting familiar places, cultural and literary criticism, biography and autobiography, and family memoir – I offer a revisionist account of the way style itself challenges and preoccupies the very late James. I am currently editing James’s Prefaces to the New York Edition for The Complete Fiction of Henry James (Cambridge University Press). I am also beginning to explore directions for future research on the writing, circulation, and publication of literary correspondence, and on the historical novel from Walter Scott to Robert Louis Stevenson.