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    I am currently a second year English Lit student and it is the time of year where we need to choose our modules for 3rd year! I have chosen two already but I am honestly in a huge dilemma about what else to choose.
    So far, I have chosen:
    Crime and Detection in 19th Century Lit
    Children's Fiction Since 1900.

    I have a few more I can choose, but I have narrowed it down to 3:
    Contemporary American Narrative
    Gothic Literature
    Contemporary British Fiction.

    I have spoken to a tutor and she recommended the British one, and it looks great, but currently I am taking an American Lit module in second year at the moment, therefore I am worried my background knowledge would be awful.
    I am considering the American Narrative one which looks cool, and the lecturer is great, but I'm not sure if the texts interest me that much.
    Gothic was my initial first choice, but now I am not so sure, and the deadline is in 3 days. If I don't submit my choices, I will be allocated to a random class, which is daunting!

    I would really appreciate any help, advice or recommendations!

    You could go and find third years studying them and ask them what their opinion of the module is. Do you have a facebook group relating to your course? Post on Facebook asking what they are like. You still can swap as the teaching doesn't start 'till next year.
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