An enormous literature has grown up around the notorious men (and women) of the West. Some is highly fictionalized, most is either adulatory or part of a subgenre of hostile debunking. Yet out of this discourse emerges Herdas book, which is interesting as he admittedly notes that he is pleased to present my biography of Doctor John H. Holliday to the world in order to set the record straight. In his very own words. Based on your reading of Herdas book, they call me DOC The Story Behind The Legend Of John Henry Holliday and the film Tombstone, respond to the following question: Who exactly is Doc Holliday? Your essay should be comprised of 6-8 typewritten pages, double-spaced, #12 font only (a size similar to Times New Roman as a larger font will result in the loss of points – as well for a wider margin). I would advise that you use spelling & grammar in MSWord (or similar) and avoid the passive voice. Both the book and film need to be cited in the style of your choice; you must do either footnotes or in-text citations i.e. (Shi, pg. 21) giving credit to quotes AND to an authors thoughts as well. You will need to include a works cited (bibliography). Note: a works cited is not part of your page count. Please do not plagiarize.