Jacques Derrida, the philosopher of l'avenir, would have had something to say about the arrivisme
of this promissory "come": "the arrival as if by an enchantment, where the poetic song, the charm and magical power are allied to kommen lassen, make come in letting come.
il n'y a qu'opportunisme, arrivisme
et egocentrisme -- cela ne peut que decevoir.
Yet, Bloch's sister represents nonetheless a certain transparency and contrapositive of Jewish stereotypes despite Proust's exploration and reinforcement of them elsewhere in the novel through a conflation of Jewishness with treason, sexual deviancy, effemjnism, arrivisme
, and hysteria.
She has faced up to the level of distress her marital difficulties are causing her, and instead of blaming this entirely on Maurice's selfishness and arrivisme
, she has found cause for reproach in her own behaviour: now that this is so, everything will be fine.