Alexander Carson (1776-1844) breaks down the style of scripture to highlight its evidential use for the doctrine of inspiration. He does so in the following manner:
Moral Sublimity (63-68)
Vivacity or Energy (70-74)
Use of Epithets (74-76)
Vivacity as Depending on Fewness of Words (76-81)
Figurative Language (85-88)
Stamp of Truth Everywhere Impressed on Scripture (88-90)
Alexander Carson, “Characteristics of the Style of Scripture as Evidential of Its Inspiration” in Works (Dublin/London/Edinburgh: William Carson/Houlston & Stoneman/Wm. Whyte, 1854), 3:3-90.