"Take this, Job, and shove it"
And here's some of that good part, from Stephen Mitchell's translation:
"Why is there light for the wretched,That's noir, but it sounds more like a noir author or reader than a noir protagonist, most of whom go more meekly or at least resignedly to their fates. It's as if one of David Goodis' wretched protagonists sat down to write his own story instead of letting Goodis do it.
life for the bitter-hearted,
who long for death, who seek it
as if it were buried treasure,
who smile when they reach the graveyard
and laugh as their pit is dug."
© Peter Rozovsky 2012