The correct answer for the given question above would be the first option. Transcendentalism, a subgenre of American Romanticism, is based on the belief that <span>the natural and spiritual world are connected. This is a philosophy that states that thought and spiritual things are more realistic than any ordinary human experience. Hope this answer helps.</span>
Tiki Tikki Tembo is a set in ancient China and invents an ancient Chinese custom whereby parents honor their first-born sons with long, elaborate names that everyone is obliged to say completely- no nicknames, no shortening of any kind- while second- born sons are typically given short, unimportant names.
The second option: By implying a similarity between the ruins of Ozymandias civilization and the Rapa Nui's ruins.
While walking among the head statues the author noticed how some of them were fallen and broken, some appearing complete and yet so far away from any habitation that he compared them to having the empty gaze of Ozymandias.
He also touched on how empty the island is and lamented on the disappearance of its ancient culture, but yet the statues still stood bearing the same expression they were carved in, and quoting Shelley in his comparison: "the heads still look terrifying, their expression sneering, 'Look on you mighty and despair'"