The correspondence of Washington Allston / Nathalia Wright, editor. (OCLC #897474403)

RDA on Complete Works in a Single Form says to record a conventional collective title as the preferred title for a compilation of works that consists of, or purports to be, the complete works of a person in one particular form (such as their correspondence). In MARC, this is recorded in the 240:

100 1_ ǂa Allston, Washington, ǂd 1779-1843.
240 10 ǂa Correspondence

The title of the particular manifestation is also recorded, in the 245:

245 14 ǂa The correspondence of Washington Allston /
  ǂc Nathalia Wright, editor.

Within the walls ; and, What do I love? / H.D. ; edited by Annette Debo. (OCLC #890587170)

Though this author is best known as H.D. (reflected in her name authority record), her class number is assigned such that she is filed under the fuller form of her name, Hilda Doolittle. PS3507 is for individual American authors, 1900-1960, name starting with D, and cuttered by second letter so we have:

  • PS3507.I93 – Dixon, Thomas
  • PS3507.O726 – Doolittle, Hilda
  • PS3507.R55 – Dreiser, Theodore

Her class number is subarranged using table P-PZ40, so we use A6 for this volume which contains two titles (Selections). This is not her complete works, and the titles are in different forms (Essays and Poems), so I followed RDA on Other Compilations of Two or More Works, and recorded the preferred title for each of the works instead of adding “Selections” to a conventional collective title (like “Novels”):

    245 10 ǂa Within the walls ; ǂb and, What do I love? / ǂc H.D. ; 
edited by Annette Debo. 740 02 ǂa What do I love?