TalkIs there a way to show the contents of a box set as individual entries?
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But there's no reason for you not to do this, if it's something you care about. Loads of people do - I know at least one person who keeps a second account for the purpose, while another records every instance of any short story that comes up in the collections they acquire (and also copies the review for each of them...)
Another place to check is series pages.
Your book http://www.librarything.com/work/21770525
I have entered the work-to-work relationships, and you can look at the series page to see how these might help if you were looking at At Bay to decide whether you have it.
If you decide to enter both the set and the component parts, I suggest including the set in the usual collections, but the parts only is a separate collection for such parts. I don't do it for all such books, but when I have omnibus editions that include pieces that don't belong in my prefered reading order for a series I enter the parts in a collection called 'In Omnibus'. It works for me.