Setting off the title of work with commas

Reply Thu 12 Jan, 2017 12:03 am
Mark Twain's book ROUGHING IT describes his travels as a young man.

The name of the title in a text is italicized (I just can't do the same on my IPad). The question was if the name of a Mark Twain's book should be set off with commas. I answered NO, but the practice book's authors give answer YES. Who is right?
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