Basic Trope: A chapter is very short, usually only one paragraph
- Straight: A chapter is one paragraph long.
- Downplayed: A chapter is three pages long
- Justified: The chapters are short to give a disconnected feeling when reading the book
- Inverted: A chapter is over 100 pages long
- Subverted: The chapter seems to be one paragraph long, until it continues on the next page.
- Double Subverted: The next page also consists of one paragraph.
- Parodied: ???
- Zig Zagged: ???
- Averted: A chapter is of normal length.
- Enforced: The author wants to make sure that the Wham Line has a huge impact.
- Lampshaded: "Why is this chapter so short?"
- Invoked: "Lets make this book have a really short chapter."
- Exploited: The author wants to increase the book's overall chapter count, so they write a really short one.
- Defied: The author makes sure that all chapters are of reasonable length.
- Discussed: ???
- Conversed: "What was up with that really short chapter?"
- Implied: Alice is asked to read a chapter of a book. After three second of reading, she shouts "I've finished the chapter!"
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