Looking at the answers to questions around whether it is acceptable to use nested parentheses:
it seems that nested parentheses are considered acceptable in terms of grammar rules, but are not a practice that is highly recommended (unless intentionally trying to create some effect from it).
While reading about nested parentheses, I tried to think of cases I'd come across in my own reading, and could not think of any cases at all.
The answers give only one example of nested parentheses by a popular author (William Faulkner).
Given the apparent rarity of nested parentheses, I am curious to know of any examples of nested parentheses in any high profile, classical literature (particularly from outside of the domains of science and math, where they may be more common).