Also known as, let’s play which Disney character matches up with which Jane Austen character! …Because, DISNEY!
Mrs. Bennet (Pride & Prejudice) and The Rabbit (Alice in Wonderland)
OH, the nerves! I think both are likely to have an apoplectic fit in the near future.
Elizabeth Bennet (Pride & Prejudice) and Belle (Beauty and the Beast)
The books, the attitude, the falling in love with
a jerk a gentleman—it’s all there.
Emma Woodhouse (Emma) and Mary Poppins (Mary Poppins)
Will I get in trouble for this? I feel like if Emma was a nanny, she’s be just like Mary. Basically all I see are two vain but lovable ladies who are very pretty and delightfully witty. I hope I’ll live through this one.
Caroline Bingley (Pride & Prejudice) and Cruella DeVille (101 Dalmatians)
Because I honsetly think Miss Bingley would do the same thing to those poor puppies. “I want my coat, please! NOW!”
Mr. Woodhouse (Emma) and the Governor (Pirates of the Caribbean)
Remember Governor Swann’s remark in PotC: Curse of the Black Pearl?
Does a father need a reason to dote upon his daughter?
I dare say Mr. Woodhouse would feel the same. Plus they’re both flustered, kindly old men. It just works.
Miss Bates (Emma) and Dory (Finding Nemo & Finding Dory)
So chatty, so funny, a little scatterbrained (in the most endearing way). I say yes.
The Bertram sisters (Mansfield Park) and the stepsisters (Cinderella)
But it’s true! They’re all kind of sucky and vain.
Fanny Price (Mansfield Park) and Aurora (Sleeping Beauty)
They’re both “adopted” in a way, a little bit used, and so so gentle. But I just love those two, so maybe I’m biased. 😉
Mrs. Weston (Emma) and Duchess (The Aristocats)
Just. So. Classy.
Frank Churchill (Emma) and Hans (Frozen)
Muhahahaha, I’m being mean again. But COME ON, guys—how hard is it to not be deceptive?
Catherine Morland (Northanger Abbey) and Alice (Alice in Wonderland)
This is probably the most accurate of all of them. Catherine and Alice both have such strong curiosity and love for nonsense. They both have a wild imagination and lively spirit, plus some funny highs and lows. In short: Miss Morland, meet your twin, Alice.
Do you see any counterparts I’ve missed? Be sure to comment!