Referring to the prior post regarding Ophelia, which featured a section of Gertude's speech informing Laertes of his sisters death.
When recently watching a version of Hamlet, this section of text stood out considerably to me, for the choice of language and vocalization of the words. It stuck with me through the duration of the play and I thought about it over the next few days. I am looking /thinking about the text as an object, focusing upon the difference here between listening and reading. When finding the written version of the speech I felt to an extent disappointed by it, it didn't look or read how I had experienced a few days prior, the text in my head was nothing like what I saw. I intend to look further into the experience of spoken/ written text as an object and how it interacts with an audience.