Book titles are italicized when typing, and underlined when hand-written. Chapters and quotes in books are put into quotation marks. Long, epic poems that are published individually are often treated as a book, and would be italicized. An example is Homer's Odyssey.
What you do is put quotation marks around the title.
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No, you italicize.
Put the title in quotes.
Underline or italicize -saf
You capitalize it
When you are writing or typing a book title it is underlined. This also applies to the name of a series.
It should be --- The answer is i n fact i n the book.
You would put it in italics.Example:Wow, she thought.
All words apart from articles, conjunctions and prepositions should be capitalized.
It can be anything you want it to be technically. I would include the title of the book in the title of the book. For example: The Glorious Cause By Jeff Shaara could be the title of a book report.
No punctuation is required unless it's part of a title. If it is then each word apart from "the" should be capitalized.