I have recently been reading The Brothers Karamazov by Dostoevsky. I would definitely recommend it, it is very enjoyable to read and food for theological thought.
However, I have found out that there is some depiction of an orgy in the book, though I am not sure in what form or how graphic. At the moment, the book seems unclouded by any sexual references etc.
I am asking firstly if anyone has read the book and could tell me whether there is anything to be concerned about. Obviously I would not wish to read a passage that may lead to temptation/sin.
Secondly, on a more general note - when there is sex in books or sexual references, how much should one read, and when should one stop? Is it okay to read through a moderately sexual scene if one tries to suppress any lustful feelings?
Thank you very much for your help.