I'm not sure if this is the right forum for this question, in any case probably CW is appropriate?
I've been looking around the mathblogosphere for the past few weeks and ran into mathgen. It's pretty amusing, to be sure, but point 6 in the Why? section has set me to serious thinking. For those opposed to clicking links, mathgen is a random generator of math papers, and the creator give several justifications for the creation, the relevant one being:
I think this project says something about the very small and stylized subset of English used in mathematical writing. This program only knows a handful of sentence templates, and yet I think its writing style is [typical.] I think we could stand to pay more attention to our writing styles, instead of unthinkingly relying on stock phrases.
With this in mind, have any of you encountered reputable, "research-tier" papers that have a writing style dramatically or at least distinctly different from the one that seems to dominate so much of this kind of mathematical writing? I'm not really looking for expository writings, although I imagine that what I am looking for will have a similar feel to it. So I think what I'm going to mean by research-tier (for now) is simply that it proves something new and at least mildly significant.
Links, especially free ones, are appreciated.