Miserable himself, that he may render no other wretched

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Miserable himself, that he may render no other wretched

This phrasing succinctly captures the closed circle in which the Creature and his creator exist, miserable and incapable of producing anything else but misery. Its terms are as applicable to the speaker as to the object of his hatred, as may be indicated by the simple fact that Victor Frankenstein dies first.