A. Georgian poetry was modeled on World War I poetry and adapted its insights to postwar realities.
B. Unlike World War I poetry, Georgian poetry was concerned primarily with the effects of urbanization and industrialization.
C. Unlike World War I poetry, Georgian poetry was concerned primarily with women’s rights.
D. World War I poets like Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen adapted the Georgian poetic manner to write about modern subjects; most Georgian poets focused on individual experience and avoided writing about the upheavals of modernity. (Correct)