In a time visual images have become the mainstream and overpowered the printed text, how can we experience literature other than “reading”? Therefore, based on the idea of “the Sound of Literature” and taking into account of the diachronic and synchronic development of Taiwan literature, we attempt to transform the “writing and reading of text” into the “uttering and listening of language” for viewers to approach literature with “hearing”, a sense that has long been used and is gradually forgotten, to hear the emotion and beauty that the writer hides in his/her words. The exhibition begins with mythology legend and folktales, the most primitive but most related to human life. Then, we move on to listen to the beauty of mother tongue and explore the taste of recitation. Next, it is literature in drama and songs. Of course, there will be the interchange between the tangible text and intangible sound.