I have no idea, but you may find something here.
PS - If you were trying to search for information via Google or something, you probably had a problem because of the spelling error.
Just in case that doesn't cover everything that is on this search, here's another place to select anything that looks promising:
The following may be of no value to you but this is something we considered in the literature I taught:
There are many styles of writing. Dpending upon the author, the culture and the language we studied some authors have something to say and they go straight to it.
Others "beat around the bush" and write in a "circular fashion" so the reader has to hunt and pick to find the main "thesis" (so to speak.)
But my favorite author wrote like a mystery story. He never DID state clearly his main idea, but there were "clues" all throughout the book. Thus, the reader had to be like a detective, trying to put it all together. We had a lot of great discussions tring to discover what he "wanted" to say without saying it!
This is easier to illustrate with "drawings" on the blackboard, but we don't have that advantage here!
Then you can consider the vocabulary used, did the author use more adjectives than nouns, etc.
Sra (aka Mme)