what is ironic about the desires of victor and the creature?

ch 21-22

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Victor longs for death, and finds his ability to survive such an epidemic of tragedies bitterly ironic. He concludes that he was, after all, "doomed to live." The creature, on the other hand, seems intensely focused on living to the fullest--that is, if he has a companion.