There's lots of method books by all the greats with plenty of etudes. My suggestion is to pick one etude (a simple looking one) and look it over, apply all your current knowledge to it, then, start to play it. But, play it slowly, mark some fingering that's comfortable for you. Do this several times, until you can play it all the way through, then, you will begin to "feel" the movement of the piece (etude). "Listen" to hear where you think that an accent or two might be added, or some loudness or softness. Can you identify a "mood" for the etude? Should it be played slowly or faster, etc., etc., etc. This activity might be similar to reading a paragraph of text that has no periods, commas, capital letters, hyphens, exclamation or question marks, then, adding them to make sense of the paragraph. When finished, you can tell us how to explain phrasing, analysis, etc.
Okay, okay, so, maybe this was a crazy idea; it just popped into my head.