Cite textual evidence of Othello's calmness and confidence in Act 1 scene 2.

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Othello is unruffled by Brabantio’s slanderous claims regarding his marriage with Desdemona. He was presumably expecting some sort of backlash, and seems well-prepared to defend himself of the charges of bewitching Desdemona.

 My services, which I have done the signiory
Shall out-tongue his complaints.

 Despite Iago’s attempts to incite him to dramatic reaction, Othello’s earliest reactions show that he believes...

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