transformations in Ovid Metamorphoses

In Ovid?s ?Metamo?rphoses, what are the laws of transformation and how are they broken? ? ?I sing of bodies transformed?, opens this two-thousand year old epic. But is it a song of celebration or lamentation? Who is allowed to transform? Why? What laws are in place to limit or support transformation? How do they function or malfunction? Who designed them and for what purpose? Some figures to consider might be: Juno, Lycaon, Phaethon, Medusa, Diana, Actaeon

please use information from book one through five
the book should be Ovid Metamorphoses (a new translation by A.D. Melville
sources should be only from this book.

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