'The Fifteen Joys of Marriage' is a new translation of the .XV. Joies de Mariage, the ironic, enigmatic, and ostensibly misogynistic tract written ca. 1400. Like many Old French fabliaux, the Fifteen Joys takes for its subject the reversals, the woes, and the deceptions of the married state. By contrast with the fableors, however, the anonymous author of the Fifteen Joys arranges his domestic scenes in series, thus parodying a well known devotional work while incanting his litany of despair. The present work revives in medieval context a classic long out of print in English translation.