My university's thesis guidelines require that each bibliographic entry appear in whole on a single page, rather than being split across two. How can I prevent (La)TeX breaking a paragraph across a page boundary?
You can modify the variable that tells TeX how bad an idea it is to break up lines of a paragraph as follows:
10000 there means TeX will never do this. This could mean that a long paragraph could even overrun the bottom of a page. If you just want to make a strong suggestion, use a smaller number.
If the page breaks are occurring where there are
\pars in the
.bbl file, edit the bibliography style file by adding a
\nobreak after each. Note that editing BibTeX style files is not for the faint of heart.
texdoc btxhak seems to be the only documentation available.