In the story The Raven there was an old man just sleep in his char in his chamber. Then suddenly there is a knocking on the door. the man gets up and goes to open the door but no body is there.
After the man closes the door he hears a loud knocking sound from the window. So the man gets back up out of his chair to go to the window. Then he opens the window to find a crow sitting. Next thing you the know the bird flyes in to the chamber and flyes around for a minute. Then finally the bird purches up on the shelf above the door.
After the man talking to the bird for a little he man asks the bird one important question. " will i ever be able to hold my lenor ever again." and all the bird said was "nevermore."
After the bird answered his question the man filpped on the bird tell in it to leave. But the bid was still sitting on the top of the door and the bird told the man," Nevermore."
After a little bit the man was just coming down but the crow was still sitting on the top of the door. That crown was determined to tell that old man nevermore.
There is only on theme to The Raven. The theme to the story is that the affect of loss of people, memories of a loved one can make you conformable or it can make you sorrowing. Also the conflict to The Raven is Person v.s self and the reason is that the narrator is grieving and unable to cope with the loss of a loved one.