Having recently watched Pride and Prejudice (again), I felt compelled to do an artigo comparing the characters, seeing how easy it is to compare young, female characters with other young female characters.
Elizabeth Bennet - Jasmine
Elizabeth is best known for her wittiness, sassiness and smart remarks. Like Jasmine, she doesn't want to get married and only wants to marry for love. She's stubborn. Lizzie is criticized for being selfish, but she's actually far from selfish, given that she walks for miles just to see her sick sister and seems to be the only one who cares about her younger sister going on a dangerous trip. She's actually very caring. Lizzie and jasmim both get mad at Mr. Darcy and aladdin first but later forgive and love. She's very much your typical disney Princess type character, especially the early renaissance, being a strong, modern woman ahead of her time and all that. She's also a little bit like Ariel and Belle because she's independent and reads.
Jane Bennet - Aurora
Both are known for their beauty, with Jane supposed to be the beauty of her family and Aurora having the gift of beauty. Both are shy, especially when they first meet strangers. They are calm, pleasant and a little bit passive.
Mary Bennet - Belle
Both like to read and focus on "introverted" activities like playing the piano. Both aren't as interested in social activities or finding a husband. Both can appear to be a bit snobbish.
Kitty Bennet - Snow/Rapunzel??
She's hard to categorize. Unlike Elizabeth, she's NOT at all like a typical disney Princess, so it's hard to find a DP who's truly like her. She's sociable, bubbly, flirty and innocent, which are the only traits I could find in common with Rapunzel and Snow White.
Lydia Bennet - Anna
They are both amor crazy, proactive, silly and outgoing. They take no hesitation at getting what they want. Like Anna, she ends up with the wrong man (Mr. Wickam and Hans).
Georgiana Darcy - Wendy
I just had to include her because she definitely has that "Wendy" vibe. Both are feminine and have that same girly, wondrous disposition and friendliness. You could tell that both are fond of romance. She reminds me so much of Wendy when she asks Elizabeth if she plays piano duets and Elizabeth says, "only when forced" and Georgiana says to Mr. Darcy, "you must force her". Those few one-liners are very much "Wendy" lines. Wendy is definitely the type of person who would play the piano. It also helps that their mannerisms are quite similar and elegant.