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Passé récent VS Passé antérieur

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I am wondering what is the difference bewteen the passé récent (in the past - with imparfait) and the passé antérieur. I know they have different construction and antérieur is far more formal. Is there any difference in meaning or they are just interchangeable and both can be compared to the past perfect?

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