Exercises my lungs, revives my spirits, opens my pores
reading Tully on Cataline quickens my circulation.
Also see the various chapters of The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat
by Oliver Sacks. Two aspects. The essays are moving in themselves and
they also give insight to how "thought" and "emotion" inter-relate in
the human brain. Also see the books of Antonio Damasio.
You simply are not saying anything when you say a writer's language is
or isn't "affective." It's like debating whether all mammals have lungs.