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Posted 7th May
Without giving away anything, especially for the folks who haven't seen Breaking bad yet, lets just say the book and the poems play a big role in the series - those who have watched it would know and remember (I Hope) - the kindle edition can be had for free to savour.

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Walt Whitman spent most of his professional life writing and re-writing Leaves of Grass, revising it multiple times until his death. The first edition was a small book of twelve poems and the last, a compilation of over 400. The poems of Leaves of Grass represent Whitman's celebration of his philosophy of life and humanity.

His poetry praises nature and the individual human's role in it.

Leaves of Grass (First Edition):
  • Song of Myself
  • A Song for Occupations
  • To Think of Time
  • The Sleepers
  • I Sing the Body Electric
  • Faces
  • Song of the Answerer
  • Europe the 72d and 73d Years of These States
  • A Boston Ballad
  • There Was a Child Went Forth
  • Who Learns My Lesson Complete
  • Great Are the Myths
  • Leaves of Grass (Final Edition):
  • Inscriptions
  • One's-Self I Sing
  • As I Ponder'd in Silence
  • In Cabin'd Ships at Sea
  • And many more

Hope it helps something.
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What does this have to do with Breaking Bad?
endothecat07/05/2020 15:17

What does this have to do with Breaking Bad?


I can't seem to see any connection either and I've seen breaking bad
matwalaboy07/05/2020 15:45

Here you go https://breakingbad.fandom.com/wiki/Walt_Whitman. Walt Whitman …Here you go https://breakingbad.fandom.com/wiki/Walt_Whitman. Walt Whitman or W.W. is Walter White's favourite poet as well by the way.


Thanks. Need to rewatch. Can you remind me what triggers Hank after he sees the book? What causes him to finally make the connection?
endothecat07/05/2020 17:17

Thanks. Need to rewatch. Can you remind me what triggers Hank after he …Thanks. Need to rewatch. Can you remind me what triggers Hank after he sees the book? What causes him to finally make the connection?


The book was presented by Gale and signed to my other W.W its an honour working with you or some such - remember before this G.B had already been established as helping Fring and co in their labs by Hank. If my memory serves me right, this is also the first time that Hank genuinely starts thinking that after all Walter White could be Heisenberg.
Edited by: "matwalaboy" 7th May
matwalaboy07/05/2020 15:45

Here you go https://breakingbad.fandom.com/wiki/Walt_Whitman. Walt Whitman …Here you go https://breakingbad.fandom.com/wiki/Walt_Whitman. Walt Whitman or W.W. is Walter White's favourite poet as well by the way.


Brilliant, I remember now, thanks
matwalaboy07/05/2020 20:54

The book was presented by Gale and signed to my other W.W its an honour …The book was presented by Gale and signed to my other W.W its an honour working with you or some such - remember before this G.B had already been established as helping Fring and co in their labs by Hank. If my memory serves me right, this is also the first time that Hank genuinely starts thinking that after all Walter White could be Heisenberg.


Yes, I remember he comes back from the toilet having realised that, but didn't remember what was written in the book to cause him to realise it. Thanks
endothecat07/05/2020 21:34

Yes, I remember he comes back from the toilet having realised that, but …Yes, I remember he comes back from the toilet having realised that, but didn't remember what was written in the book to cause him to realise it. Thanks


You are welcome, it was actually what he saw in the book that made him wake up to the possibility of Walter being the chemical mastermind behind the gang.
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