[This pertains to the H & H edition.] The TOC easily permits you to go directly to those titles which the editors have chosen to include in their TOC. While several of these happen to pertain to specific short stories, the majority of titles in the TOC are of BOOKS. However, there is no direct access to the SHORT STORIES contained within seven of those books which are compilations of such stories -- not even a listing of them so the reader can know what to search for. And there are LOTS of great stories "hidden" within them.
As near as I can figure, there are 7 in "Crucial Instances," 9 in "Descent of Man," 5 in part-1 of her "Early Short Fiction," 6 in part-2 of her "Early Short Fiction," 8 in "The Greater Inclination," 7 in "The Hermit and the Wild Woman," and 10 in "Tales of Men and Ghosts," for a total of 52 short stories. But a number of these stories are duplicated (SOME reappearing -- as mentioned earlier -- as separate entities within the TOC), so the grand total is a bit lower. Some poems are also thrown into the mix, but these appear formatted as prose rather than arranged in stanzas and are uncomfortable to read. These are the reasons an otherwise five star collection gets only four. Nevertheless, at such a low price for so much great content, it's hard to complain too much.
UPDATE 08-11-14: Despite my criticism above, I still greatly enjoy this particular collection and have not replaced it with any other (though Delphi has a set well worth considering).