There are three types of narrator in novels: 1. Auctorial type 2. First person type 3. The personal type. In novels with scenic narrative, three items are important: 1. Reality and neutrality in the novel, 2. Innovation in the technique of the narrative and 3. A new subject in the epic poetry. Here the author does not have an omniscient role, instead he hides behind the novel figures. Therefore the reader feels that there is no narrator in the novel. Flaubert was the first writer to use realism in the novels, allowing the characters to decide what to do.