I have a relatively simple question. I'm compiling a large document and finding that I have a lot of pages that start with the last two lines of a paragraph. Is there a way to allow the line-spacing to vary to avoid this? It's currently set to
\onehalfspacing using the
Update following David's answer: Is there a way to allow a general spacing feature to vary for the same purpose?
The two-liners are mostly caused by
\clubpenalty=10000 to avoid widows and orphans. I was hoping that the penalties would squeeze text onto one page rather than expanding it to more on the next page.
I've been searching the site for an answer to this but I haven't manage to find one even though I imagine a solution, if one exists, has been described somewhere else. Other than, of course, just rewriting a few sentences...