In the exposition the old man hears a knocking at his chamber door every night while sleeping and is not sure what it is.
the conflict happens when the raven refuses to leave the mans chamber,. And the old man believes that the Raven may be evil.
In the rising action, the raven shows up and sits on the man chamber door and does not move the man then starts to wonder why the bird id the way it is and why it says "nevermore".
In the climax, the old man asks the raven if he will ever see his love Lanore ever again and the bird quotes "nevermore" which makes the man very angry and leaves him in shock.
In the falling action, the old man starts to realize that what the raven had said to him was true and he then becomes depressed.
And the story concludes with the raven still staying there above his chamber door and the man living the rest of his life sad because of not ever seeing his love again and having to deal with the raven day after day.