Lolita author Vladimir Nabokov, by his own admission, hated sleeping, dubbing it "the most moronic fraternity".
Nabokov managed to record 64 dreams during the experiment in order to test Dunne’s theories and whether time could flow backward. Not all of the dreams are necessarily significant to his investigations, though. Some are also of an erotic and violent nature, including one where he dances with his beloved wife, Vera. In the dream she wears an open dress and as they dance, suddenly, a stranger approaches and kisses her, after which Nabokov describes his violent reaction of how he clutched the stranger by his head, only to bang his face against a wall.
-The Vintage News